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Scenarios are useful for the elicitation, description, and analysis of software requirements. However, they need to be used in cooperation with complementary general requirements, and both views must be linked in a way that supports traceability, navigation, and analysis. Jiang proposed to introduce Use Case Map (UCM) scenario models into the Telelogic DOORS requirements management system and to maintain relationships as both views evolve over time. This paper describes new tool support based on an open platform, the jUCMNav Eclipse plug-in, which was extended to integrate with DOORS. This novel integration provides a more reliable and usable front-end to UCM modeling in collaboration with general requirements management. Additional capabilities for creating links automatically and improving this process are also discussed.

Keywords: Requirements management; scenarios; Use Case Maps; integration; Eclipse

-- Daniel Amyot - 03 Aug 2006


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Title Integrating An Eclipse-Based Scenario Modeling Environment With A Requirements Management System
Authors J.Kealey, Y. Kim, D. Amyot, and G. Mussbacher
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 2006 IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (CCECE06)
Month May
Year 2006
Pages 2432-2435
DOI 10.1109/CCECE.2006.277748
Keywords DOORS, Eclipse, integration, jUCMNav, requirements management, scenarios, Use Case Maps
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pdfpdf Ccece06jUCMNavDxl.pdf manage 364.2 K 03 Aug 2006 - 13:48 Daniel Amyot Pre-publication version of paper
pptppt Ccece06jUCMNavDxl.ppt manage 352.5 K 03 Aug 2006 - 13:49 Daniel Amyot Poster presentation
Topic revision: r3 - 05 Nov 2009 - 19:34:51 - Alireza Pourshahid
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