A Textual Domain Specific Language for Requirement Modelling

A Textual Domain Specific Language for Requirement Modelling


Conference: 10th Joint Meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering, At Bergamo Italy

Abstract:
Requirement specification is usually done with a combination of Natural Language (NL) and informal diagrams. Modelling approaches to support requirement engineering activities have involved a combination of text and graphical models. In this work, a textual domain specific modelling notation for requirement specification is presented. How certain requirement attributes are addressed using this notation is also described.



Oyindamola Olajubu is a PhD student within the Department of Computing and Immersive Technologies, University of Northampton, UK and co-supervised with GE Avation. 

Northampton Supervisors:
Dr Suraj Ajit
Dr Mark Johnsom
Dr Scott Turner




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