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A Content Analysis Technique for Inconsistency Detection in Software Requirements Documents

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A Content Analysis Technique for Inconsistency Detection in Software Requirements Documents
This paper presents J-RAn (Java Requirement Analyzer), a tool that implements a novel Content Analysis technique to support the verification of consistency and completeness of a Software Requirement Specification. This technique exploits the extraction, from a requirement document, of the interactions between the entities described in the document as Subject-Action-Object (SAO) triples (obtainable using a suitable syntactic parser). SAO triples represent a concept in its most synthesizing form. Analyzing the distribution of such concepts in the requirement document helps to locate possible sources of inconsistency and incompleteness.
Alessandro Fantechi, Emilio Spinicci
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where WER
Authors Alessandro Fantechi, Emilio Spinicci
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