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A. Nasiri, E. Zimányi, and R. Wrembel. Requirements Engineering for Data Warehouse Systems. In E. Zimányi, T. Calders, and S. Vansummeren, editors, Proceedings of the 11e Journées francophones sur les Entrepôts de Données et l'Analyse en ligne, EDA 2015, pages 49-64, Brussels, Belgium, April 2015. Editions Hermann.
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Abstract

Data Warehouses (DWs) aim at supporting the decision-making process of an organization. In the Requirements Engineering (RE) domain, several methods were proposed for the development of DWs, most of them based on the Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering (GORE) approach. However, there is not yet a comprehensive and unified perspective of the various methods proposed. In this paper, a coherent view of the GORE approach for the development of DWs is presented, by classifying existing methods according to the decision-making process, integrating them together, and linking modeling and analysis techniques throughout the overall process. The result of our study is an integrated GORE-based method for the development of DWs. We illustrate the method with a concrete example from the health care sector.


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