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I've added the context tag to this article again. It was removed by User:220.127.116.11 and replaced with the text "For evaluating the quality of models, the semiotic quality framework (SEQUAL), developed by John Krogstie, is introduced." I'm still not sure what the article is supposed to be about, although it appears to relate somehow to semiotics. What sort of models are we talking about exactly?
Additionally, I'm adding the inappropriate tone tag, as the article consists almost entirely of point-form notes. --Eloil 00:05, 19 December 2005 (UTC)
It concerns the modeling of information systems and Business processes. The sequal framework should have it's own page, though. No point in having it under the "quality of models" umbrella when the whole article concerns the framework. Also, other people have written about quality of models, e.g. Schneiderman --Fred 30 November 2007
Now it seems Krogstie and others have suggested more multiple framework. If this article want's to describe all these frameworks, maybe this article should be renamed to
The term "Quality of models" was to general here. The "SEQUAL framework" seems to specific. At the moment "Framework for quality of models" seems to speak for itself the most.