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The objective of this paper is to present an environment for the management of functional and non-functional requirements in systems project, developed using the XML (Extensible Markup Language) standard. This environment receives as inputs two entry structures for software requirements modelling: the UML´s Use Case diagram, which describes functional requirements; and the I* framework used by the Tropos methodology, which defines non-functional requirements. Then, it automatically transforms these structures in a third structure that extends the Use Case definitions with the non-functional requirements and provides management facilities of these extensions to UML´s Use Case diagrams

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Title XML Application for Non-Functional Requirements Management in Systems Project
Authors C.T.L.L Silva, L.R.D. Bastos, R.S.M. Barros and J.F.B. Castro
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 2nd Ibero American Conf. on Web Engineering (ICWE 2002)
Month September
Year 2002
Pages 1-6
Keywords GRL, NFR, XML, UML, metamodel, use cases
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