A textual language for requirement modelling

Oyindamola Olajubu, Suraj Ajit, Mark Johnson, Scott J Turner, Scott Thomson, Mark Edwards

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Requirement specification is usually done with a combination of Natural Language (NL) and informal diagrams. Modeling 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 quality attributes are addressed using this notation is also demonstrated.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2 Mar 2016
EventSchool of Science and Technology Annual Research Conference - Newton Building, The University of Northampton
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Olajubu, O., Ajit, S., Johnson, M., Turner, S. J., Thomson, S., & Edwards, M. (2016). A textual language for requirement modelling. Paper presented at School of Science and Technology Annual Research Conference, .
Olajubu, Oyindamola ; Ajit, Suraj ; Johnson, Mark ; Turner, Scott J ; Thomson, Scott ; Edwards, Mark. / A textual language for requirement modelling. Paper presented at School of Science and Technology Annual Research Conference, .
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2016. Paper presented at School of Science and Technology Annual Research Conference, .

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