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A Framework for Combining Problem Frames and Goal Models to Support Context Analysis during Requirements Engineering
Availability, Reliability, and Security in Information Systems and HCI
Lecture notes in computer science, September 2013
Nazila Gol Mohammadi, Azadeh Alebrahim, Thorsten Weyer, Maritta Heisel, Klaus Pohl
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