Beatriz Bernárdez

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In this article, an empirical evaluation and review of some metrics–based verification heuristics for use cases are presented. This evaluation is based on empirical data collected from requirements documents developed by Software Engineering students at the University of Seville using REM, a free XML–based requirements management tool developed by one of(More)
In this article, we present an approach for the automatic verification of software requirements documents. This approach is based on the representation of software requirements in XML and the usage of the XSLT language not only to automatically generate requirements documents, but also to verify some desired quality properties and to compute some metrics.(More)
<b>Context</b>. Many reports support the fact that some psycho--social aspects of software engineers are key factors for the quality of the software development process and its resulting products. Based on the experience of some of the authors after more than a year of practising <i>mindfulness</i>---a meditation technique aimed to increase clearness of(More)
In this paper, we present an approach for the automatic verification of software requirements specifications. This approach is based on the representation of software requirements in XML and the usage of the XSLT language not only to automatically generate requirements documents, but also to verify some desired quality properties and to automatically(More)
Resumen El uso de servicios WEB y de servidores de aplicaciones durante el desarrollo y explotación de sistemas multiorganizacionales basados en la WEB 1. Introducción El aumento de la demanda y complejidad de aplicaciones WEB, la presión por re-ducir los costes de desarrollo y explotación, y las nuevas posibilidades que ofrecen los llamados servicios WEB(More)
Processes are certainly a key element in software management. Defining and using processes is believed to be an important factor towards quality. Our paper describes a general process language and the experience on its use by two different research teams with two different requirements processes. The process language is the basic representation for a(More)
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