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Issues and Challenges                in Coupling Tropos                      with             User-Centered Design      Lu...
2ACube Critical   Context and Actors Acceptability Privacy    and Value Low   Intrusiveness
3Tropos    Strengths                   Lacks and Limits   Strategic view of the      Prioritization of    domain        ...
4User-Centered Design  Strengths                Limits Engagement    of      Does not support  users                  tr...
5Working Together    Integration                  Assimilation   bridge the gap              transform a specific        ...
6The Common Meta-Model:a lesson learned
7Ambiguity:a different perspective
8The aim is to find under whatconditions our experience canbe generalizes: recipe Strengths/limits   analysis Making   t...
Slide 9Strengths/limits analysis It   relies on the identification of strengths  and limits This     allows to define inte...
Slide 10Making the divides explicitIdentifying barriers that may hinder thedialogue between the two methods.     Epistemo...
Slide 11Mutual learningMutual learning represent the crucial aspect tomediate between the different epistemologiesand lang...
12Conclusion
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Luca Sabatucci
Issues and Challenges in Coupling Tropos with User-Centered Design

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  1. 1. Issues and Challenges in Coupling Tropos with User-Centered Design Luca Sabatucci, Chiara Leonardi, Angelo Susi, and Massimo Zancanaroi* Workshop, August 30th, Trento
  2. 2. 2ACube Critical Context and Actors Acceptability Privacy and Value Low Intrusiveness
  3. 3. 3Tropos Strengths Lacks and Limits Strategic view of the  Prioritization of domain requirements Analysis of  Needs translation to motivations and involve users dependencies  Model mainly invariant elements of Check of quality and the domain coverage  Can’t model Support traceability physical context
  4. 4. 4User-Centered Design Strengths Limits Engagement of  Does not support users traceability Concrete  Does not support representation of abstraction the domain  Coverage problem Stories prioritize requirements
  5. 5. 5Working Together Integration Assimilation bridge the gap  transform a specific approach to make it fit between different into another one research traditions  to work in a situation of to work in a situation methodological purity of methodological  the risk is to loose the strength of one of the pluralism approaches overhead for  more complex for practitioners method designer
  6. 6. 6The Common Meta-Model:a lesson learned
  7. 7. 7Ambiguity:a different perspective
  8. 8. 8The aim is to find under whatconditions our experience canbe generalizes: recipe Strengths/limits analysis Making the divides explicit Mutual learning
  9. 9. Slide 9Strengths/limits analysis It relies on the identification of strengths and limits This allows to define integration points to create a beneficial dialogue It allows to preserve their strengths.
  10. 10. Slide 10Making the divides explicitIdentifying barriers that may hinder thedialogue between the two methods.  Epistemological divides  Linguistic and conceptual divides
  11. 11. Slide 11Mutual learningMutual learning represent the crucial aspect tomediate between the different epistemologiesand languages  Definition of a shared dictionary of terms  Collaborative negotiation of the definition of terms in the dictionary which leads to discover hidden relationships between terms  Iteration with refinement until the agreement
  12. 12. 12Conclusion
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