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Requirements analysis for large scale systems

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Requirements analysis for large scale systems
All readers of this paper most likely have knowledge of the software requirements discipline and of the use case notation, however not everyone is aware that with the progress of the development process, requirement models evolve in different ways. In particular, some artefacts (such as the glossary, for example) are simply enhanced, while others (functional requirements, object model, etc), in different stages of the process encapsulate different aspects of the system and satisfy different needs. Therefore, while the former require one to maintain only the most updated version, the latter require the maintenance of different versions (e.g. business functional requirements, domain functional requirements, etc). As expected, this is more evident in the context of large scale systems. Furthermore, a review of IT literature brings to light some inconsistency in the use of use case notation and, more generally, in requirement models and, even more importantly, to the lack of guidelines re...
Roger Johnson, George Roussos, Luca Vetti Tagliati
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where JOT
Authors Roger Johnson, George Roussos, Luca Vetti Tagliati
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