Goal Structuring Notation Standard Working Group
The Goal Structuring Notation Standard Working Group (GSN_SWG) members include:
- experienced practitioners, who have used and continue to use GSN on major projects;
- academics and industry specialists, who have researched and developed the theory and principles behind the notation;
- tool vendors, who have supported the realisation of tool support for the notation;
- liaison with the organisation responsible for publication of the Structured Assurance Case Metamodel (SACM).
The GSN_SWG can be contacted through the Assurance Case Working Group
Comments or suggestions for the GSN standard can be made through the GSN community standard forum
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See the Contributors page for a list of those individuals and organisations that have contributed to the development of the GSN standard