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The elicitation, modeling and analysis of requirements have consistently been one of the main challenges during the development of complex systems. Telecommunication systems belong to this category of systems due to the worldwide distribution and the heterogeneity of today’s telecommunication networks. Scenarios and use cases have become popular for capturing and analyzing requirements. However, little research has been done that compares different approaches and assesses their suitability for the telecommunications domain. This paper defines evaluation criteria and then reviews fifteen scenario notations. In addition, twenty-six approaches for the construction of design models from scenarios are briefly compared.

-- Jean Francois Roy - 18 Oct 2005


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Title An Evaluation of Scenario Notations and Construction Approaches for Telecommunication.
Authors Amyot, D. and Eberlein, A.
Type Journal
Conference/Journal Title Telecommunications Systems Journal
Volume/Number 24:1
Publisher Kluwer
Month September
Year 2003
Pages 61-94
DOI 10.1023/A:1025890110119
Keywords Design, Model, Requirements, Scenario, Synthesis, Telecommunications, Use Case
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