Program

Monday June 16, 2014

Introduction: Fabiano Dalpiaz and Jennifer Horkoff [intro]

Session 1: Empirical studies [9.00 to 10.30]

Chair: John Mylopoulos

  • Juan Pablo Carvallo and Xavier Franch. Lessons Learned in the use of i* by Non-Technical Users [carvallo]
  • Elizabeth Monsalve, Julio Cesar Sampaio Do Prado Leite and Vera Maria Werneck. A Case Study to Evaluate the Use of i* for Helping Pedagogy Transparency [monsalve]
  • Michael Koch and Dieter Landes. Modeling Software Engineering Education with i* [koch]

Session 2: Organizations and enterprise architecture [11.00 to 12.30]

Chair: Jennifer Horkoff

  • Diana Marosin, Sepideh Ghanavati and Dirk van der Linden. A Principle-based Goal-oriented Requirements Language (GRL) for Enterprise Architecture [marosin]
  • Mohammad Hossein Danesh and Eric Yu. Architecting Enterprise Capabilities: Creating Dynamic Capabilities from IT and Software Architecture [danesh]
  • Lidia López and Xavier Franch. Applying Business Strategy Models in Organizations [lopez]
  • Lysanne Lessard and Eric Yu. Value cocreation modeling: supporting the analysis and design of service engagements through agent orientation and business intelligence [lessard]

Session 3: Norms, security, and risk [14.00 to 15.30]

Chair:  Renata Guizzardi

  • Silvia Ingolfo, Alberto Siena and John Mylopoulos. Goals and Compliance in Nomos 3 [ingolfo]
  • Fatma Basak Aydemir, Paolo Giorgini and John Mylopoulos. Designing Sociotechnical Systems with Protos [aydemir]
  • Dolors Costal, Lidia Lopez, Mirko Morandini, Alberto Siena, Angelo Susi and Daniel Gross. Quantifying the Impact of OSS Adoption Risks with the help of i* Models [costal]
  • Tong Li and John Mylopoulos. Modeling and Applying Security Patterns Using Contextual Goal Models [li]

Session 4: Metrics and Tools [16.00 to 17.30]

Chair: Julio Leite

  • Daniel Colomer Collell and Xavier Franch. StarGro: Building i* Metrics for Agile Methodologies [colomer]
  • Ralf Laue, Frank Hogrebe, Boris Böttcher and Markus Nüttgens. Preliminary Results on the Understandability of i* Models [laue]
  • Arian Storch, Ralf Laue and Volker Gruhn. Analysing the Style of Textual Labels in i* Models [storch]

Tuesday June 17, 2014

Session 5: Invited talk, Giancarlo Guizzardi [9.00 to 10.30]

Chair: Eric Yu

Title: The Inevitable Ontological Commitment or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Ontology [guizzardi-keynote]

Abstract: In recent years, there has been a growing interest in the application of Foundational Ontologies, i.e., formal ontological theories in the philosophical sense, for providing real-world semantics for conceptual modeling languages, and theoretically sound foundations and methodological guidelines for evaluating and improving the individual models produced using these languages.
The lack of properly developed ontological foundations has a clear impact for conceptual modeling and in a way that is perceived by practitioners. For instance, solid empirical evidence shows that the perception of ontological deficiencies in a conceptual modeling language has a negative impact on the perception of usefulness and usability of these languages. In this talk, I will discuss the formal notion of ontological commitment and its relation to real-world semantics, language metamodel and visual concrete syntax. Moreover, I will discuss how a particular ontology-based approach for language analysis and (re)design has been employed over the years to address recurrent problems in the literature of conceptual modeling. These problems range from fundamental issues dealing fundamental modeling aspects (e.g., object, events, dependent objects, taxonomic structures, intrinsic and relational properties, property measurement spaces, part-whole relations) to complex aspects of representing social reality (e.g., goals, services, capabilities, organizational structures, social roles and software).

Session 6: Applications of i* [11.00 to 12.30]

Chair:  Lidia Lopez

  • Zinayida Petrushyna, Alexander Ruppert, Ralf Klamma, Dominik Renzel and Matthias Jarke. i*-REST: Web-Enabled Re-engineering of i* Models [petrushyna]
  • Davide Calvaresi, Arnon Sturm, Eric Yu and Aldo Franco Dragoni. Exploring Domain Requirements and Technology Solutions: A Goal Modeling Approach [calvaresi]
  • Jian Wang, Arnon Sturm, Daniel Gross and Eric Yu. Know-How Mapping: From i* to ME-maps [wang]
  • Renata Guizzardi, Anna Perini and Itzel Morales-Ramirez. A Goal-oriented Analysis to Guide the Development of a User Feedback Ontology [guizzardi]

Session 7: Short papers [14.00 to 15.30]

Chair: Fabiano Dalpiaz

  • Eric-Oluf Svee and Jelena Zdravkovic. Using intentional modeling to discover the user preferences in existing software systems [svee]
  • Johannes Meißner and Frederik Schulz. Social Team Characteristics and Architectural Decisions: a Goal-oriented Approach [meissner]
  • Martin Liebenberg, Victor Matare, Klaus Baier and Gerhard Lakemeyer. Towards Using i* for Modeling Mega-Urban Processes [liebenberg]
  • Jameleddine Hassine and Mohammad Alshayeb. Measurement of Actor External Dependencies in GRL Models [hassine]
  • Antonio De Padua A. Oliveira, Julio Cesar Leite and Henrique Sperandei. The Experience of Using ERi*c in a Telecom Corporation [oliveira]
  • Mattia Salnitri and Paolo Giorgini. Transforming Socio-Technical Security Requirements in SecBPMN Security Policies [salnitri]
  • Luis Santillan, Hugo Estrada, Alicia Martinez, Ricardo Quintero and Joaquin Perez. An i* based approach for conceptual modeling of business process technology [santillan]
  • Hugo Estrada, Alicia Martinez, Francisco Barrera, Blanca Vazquez and Karen Najera. Adaptation of business models to the Structure-in-5 organizational style [estrada]

Session 8: Wrap-up discussion [16.00 to 17.30]

Chair: Xavier Franch