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Analysis of software system requirements models

E Haywood, P Dart

Proceedings - 1996 Australian Software Engineering Conference, ASWEC 1996 | Published : 1996

Abstract

This paper presents an analysis of models used for software system requirements. A range of models have been chosen to demonstrate the diversity of notation, application and intention and they have been considered separately from the methods used for their creation. A set of criteria is established as a basis for comparison of the chosen models. The criteria are intended to cover aspects of a requirements model which allows for assessment of its suitability for a particular application. Various classes of models have been distinguished and a comparative overview of those classes is given. The paper provides information for a reader who is looking for a suitable model for a particular domain...

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