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2015
Springer
5 years 7 months ago
An environment-driven ontological approach to requirements elicitation for safety-critical systems
—The environment, where a safety critical system (SCS) operates, is an important source from which safety requirements of the SCS can originate. By treating the system under cons...
Jiale Zhou, Kaj Hänninen, Kristina Lundqvist,...
RE
2015
Springer
5 years 7 months ago
Scalable modeling and analysis of requirements preferences: A qualitative approach using CI-Nets
Abstract—We present a framework for reasoning with preferences in the context of Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering (GORE). Our choice of preference language, conditional imp...
Zachary J. Oster, Ganesh Ram Santhanam, Samik Basu
RE
2015
Springer
5 years 7 months ago
Towards systems for increased access to justice using goal modeling
Abstract—Emerging cyberjustice systems are in need of relevant requirements engineering approaches, for example, to provide citizens with better access to the judicial system. In...
Sanaa A. Alwidian, Daniel Amyot
RE
2015
Springer
5 years 7 months ago
Sketching and notation creation with FlexiSketch Team: Evaluating a new means for collaborative requirements elicitation
—Whiteboards and paper allow for any kind of notations and are easy to use. Requirements engineers love to use them in creative requirements elicitation and design sessions. Howe...
Dustin Wüest, Norbert Seyff, Martin Glinz
RE
2015
Springer
5 years 7 months ago
Rationalization of goal models in GRL using formal argumentation
—We apply an existing formal framework for practical reasoning with arguments and evidence to the Goal-oriented Requirements Language (GRL), which is part of the User Requirement...
Marc van Zee, Floris Bex, Sepideh Ghanavati
RE
2015
Springer
5 years 7 months ago
Measures to Improve Public Acceptance of Smart Metering System
— Understanding the stakeholder’s needs, particularly the end-user’s need is important when designing and developing a critical infrastructure like power grid. Smart metering...
Rani Yesudas, Roger Clarke
RE
2015
Springer
5 years 7 months ago
Exposing the susceptibility of off-nominal behaviors in reactive system requirements
System requirements are typically specified on the assumption that the system's operating environment will behave in what is considered to be an expected and nominal manner. W...
Daniel Aceituna, Hyunsook Do
RE
2015
Springer
5 years 7 months ago
Breeze: A modeling tool for designing, analyzing, and improving software architecture
Abstract—One of the key challenges in the software engineering lies in requirement engineering. As an important technique for modeling and analyzing requirements, software archit...
Luxi Chen, Linpeng Huang, Hao Zhong, Chen Li 0009,...
RE
2015
Springer
5 years 7 months ago
Patterns of co-evolution between requirements and source code
—Software systems are characterized by continual change which often occurs concurrently across various artifact types. For example, changes may be initiated at the requirements, ...
Mona Rahimi, Jane Cleland-Huang
RE
2015
Springer
5 years 7 months ago
Cognitive factors in inconsistency management
—Inconsistency is a major challenge in requirements engineering, commonly perceived as a problem that needs to be eliminated on sight. However, in practice maintaining consistenc...
Irit Hadar, Anna Zamansky
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