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A Rationale-based Analysis Tool

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A Rationale-based Analysis Tool
The Rationale-based Analysis Tool (RAT) supports analysts, developers, clients and end users during the objectoriented requirements analysis activity. The tool enables different stakeholders to create, generate and refine a consistent and traceable analysis model, from a use case model. The analysis model consists of UML classes and sequence diagrams. The tool uses traceability links to propagate modifications by automated actions and to enable users to navigate through different models and to detect their interrelations. Moreover, RAT integrates requirements analysis with rationale information to support and capture model negotiations consisting of alternatives, assessments, arguments and justifications. RAT is a location independent multi-user tool that supports synchronous and asynchronous group collaboration.
Timo Wolf, Allen H. Dutoit
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where IASSE
Authors Timo Wolf, Allen H. Dutoit
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