The thing itself speaks:accountability as a foundation for requirements in sociotechnical systems

Chopra, Amit K. and Singh, Munindar P. (2014) The thing itself speaks:accountability as a foundation for requirements in sociotechnical systems. In: 2014 IEEE 7th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law (RELAW), 2014-08-262014-08-26, Karlskrona, Sweden.

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Abstract

We consider sociotechnical systems (STSs) that facilitate social interaction among autonomous principals (either humans or organizations). Although accountability is a foundational concept in such systems, established requirements engineering methods do not support accountability in the broad sense of calling to account of one party by another. To address this short-coming, we propose the notion of accountability requirement. Further, we claim that to model an STS means to precisely capture the accountability requirements between its principals.

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Contribution to Conference (Other)
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2014 IEEE 7th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law (RELAW)
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Accepted as full paper, but we decided to publish only a one page abstract
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72756
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Deposited On:
30 Jan 2015 12:57
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Yes
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Published
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15 Jan 2020 06:28