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Bridging the Gap Between Past and Future in RE: A Scenario-Based Approach

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Bridging the Gap Between Past and Future in RE: A Scenario-Based Approach
Requirements Engineering (RE) investigates the impact of a future-oriented change vision, but the move towards this vision must consider a context heavily shaped by the past. As RE becomes a continuous process throughout the system lifecycle, it must achieve an effective combination of envisionment and traceability. In this paper, we describe a scenario-based solution to this problem which is based on an integration of five ingredients: (a) the persistent capture of context in the form of real world scenes captured in multimedia; (b) formal agent-oriented modelling with a semantics that allows distributed interactive animation; (c) message trace diagrams as a medium for exchanging animation test cases and traces; (d) a goal model to control and record the RE process; and (e) a process-integrated tool environment to ensure method-guidance and traceability with as little effort as possible. In addition to the basics of our approach, we also describe its prototypical implementation in th...
Peter Haumer, Matthias Jarke, Klaus Pohl, Patrick
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where RE
Authors Peter Haumer, Matthias Jarke, Klaus Pohl, Patrick Heymans
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