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Producing a Single SR Model

The third key stage is to produce a single SR model. You do this by integrating all of the actor SR models using the dependency links from the SD model, then adding further dependency links that emerge from the richer … Continue reading

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Generating SR from SD Models

The SD model can guide you produce the SR model for each actor, and to link the resulting SR models together. This slide presents a simple heuristic that you can apply to a SD model to determine the elements for … Continue reading

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How to produce Strategic Rational Models

One of the problems of the i* approach is the lack of explicit process guidance about what to do in what order. I have sought to overcome this by providing concrete guidance, especially when developing the SR model. There are … Continue reading

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Contribute-To Soft Links Example

There are a range of different soft goal contributes-to links that can be specified. Each is described in turn: Soft goal – Task link (STLink): the accomplishment of the task can contribute positively or negatively to the achievement of a … Continue reading

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Contribute-To Soft Goal Links

A Contribute To Soft Goal is a Means End Link with a soft goal as the end. Since the achievement of a soft goal cannot be clearly defined, any means end link with a soft goal as the end would … Continue reading

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Means-End Links

The Means End Link indicates a relationship between an end and a means for attaining the end. Each means end link provides a different mean for attaining the end. Whenever there are different ways to achieve a goal, the means … Continue reading

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Task Decomposition Links

A task is modelled in terms of its decomposition into sub-components, represented by the already-defined process elements. A task specifies how to achieve a desired state, so when there is enough and decomposable knowledge of how to perform a task, … Continue reading

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