Architecture for a generic requirements engineering tool

J. Forster, A.P. Fothergill, M. Cartmell

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Abstract

Requirements engineering is a part of the design process. Tools to aid in the initial design stage are discussed. A common solution is to develop an in-house fix for text processing systems to support design brief expansion (DBE), which means that the expansion methodology is hard-wired into the system. The computer implementation discussed uses a hypertext system as an interface between the designer and the DBE process. The system provides tools for exploring the expansion process, building documents, and contains a natural language processing component to help the designer in isolating relevant bits in the brief.
LanguageEnglish
Pages455-455
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 1993
Event9th Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Applications - Orlando, FL., United States
Duration: 1 Mar 19935 Mar 1993

Conference

Conference9th Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Applications
CountryUnited States
CityOrlando, FL.
Period1/03/935/03/93

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Requirements engineering
Hypertext systems
Text processing
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Keywords

  • artificial intelligence
  • computer aided design
  • computer architecture

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Forster, J., Fothergill, A. P., & Cartmell, M. (1993). Architecture for a generic requirements engineering tool. 455-455. Paper presented at 9th Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Applications, Orlando, FL., United States.
Forster, J. ; Fothergill, A.P. ; Cartmell, M. / Architecture for a generic requirements engineering tool. Paper presented at 9th Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Applications, Orlando, FL., United States.1 p.
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1993. 455-455 Paper presented at 9th Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Applications, Orlando, FL., United States.

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