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A Model for Decision Maintenance in the WinWin Collaboration Framework

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A Model for Decision Maintenance in the WinWin Collaboration Framework
Cost-effective engineering and evolution of complex software must involve the different stakeholders concurrently and collaboratively. The hard problem is providing computer support for such collaborative activities. The WinWin approach being developed and experimented at the USC Center for Software Engineering provides a domain independent solution for the stakeholders to cooperate in the requirements engineering phase of the software lifecycle. The key ideas in the WinWin approach and its support are: i) defining a win-win process for obtaining requirements through collaboration and negotiation, ii) defining a decision rationale model using a minimal set of conceptual elements, such as win conditions, issues, options and agreements, that serves as an agreed upon ontology for collaboration and negotiation defined by the winwin process, and, iii) defining a support framework, based on manipulation of explicit representation of the decision rationale and reasoning about it. A major...
Prasanta K. Bose
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Year 1995
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Authors Prasanta K. Bose
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