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AMASS blog: Best paper award at QUATIC 2018



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The paper on AMASS work entitled "Preventing Omission of Key Evidence Fallacy in Process-based Argumentations", by Faiz UL MuramBarbara Gallina, and Laura Gómez Rodríguez (MDH), received the best paper award at the 11th International Conference on the Quality of Information and Communications Technology (QUATIC 2018).

This work presents an approach that validates the process models compliant with Process Engineering Metamodel (SPEM) 2.0, and prevent the occurrence of fallacy, specifically, omission  of  key  evidence in process-based argumentations. The approach generates the safety argumentations compliant with Structured Assurance Case Metamodel (SACM)  from the modified process models by using model-driven engineering principles that are free from the fallacies.

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