Domain-specific reasoning for method engineering based on Toulmin's argumentation theory

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Bittman, Sebastian; Barn, Balbir; Clark, Tony;
  • Publisher: Inderscience

Methods describe and embody a broad range of relevant knowledge of enterprises. Usually they have to account for requirements stated by a multitude of various stakeholders. These are typically those that are in charge of business related actions and those that are in ch... View more
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