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Integration of functional, cognitive and quality requirements. A railways case study

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Integration of functional, cognitive and quality requirements. A railways case study
The paper shows a SHEL oriented requirements engineering approach, which has been applied in a case study dealing with the definition of the requirements for a new railways traffic control system. The SHEL model provides an integrated view by considering any productive process or activity performed by a combination of Hardware, Software and Liveware resources within a specific environment. A set of SHEL oriented requirements describes the different views on a complex system. The requirements are grouped into three main classes of requirements, namely, functional, cognitive and quality requirements. The paper points out the issue of integrating different types of requirements.
Massimo Felici, Mark-Alexander Sujan, Maria Wimmer
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Type Journal
Year 2000
Where INFSOF
Authors Massimo Felici, Mark-Alexander Sujan, Maria Wimmer
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