Elena Pérez-Miñana

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The support for traceability between requirement specifications has been recognised as an important task in the development life-cycle of software systems. In this paper, we present a rule-based approach to support the automatic generation of traceability relations between documents which specify requirement statements and use cases (expressed in structured(More)
The support for traceability between requirement specifications has been recognised as an important task in the development life-cycle of software systems. In this paper we present an approach for automatic generation and maintenance of bi-directional traceability relations between commercial and functional requirements expressed in natural language, and(More)
Recent years have witnessed a rapid rise in the development of deterministic and non-deterministic models to estimate human impacts on the environment. An important failing of these models is the difficulty that most people have understanding the results generated by them, the implications to their way of life and also that of future generations. Within the(More)
Hardware/software (hw/sw) partitioning largely affects the system cost, performance, and power consumption. Most of the previous hw/sw partitioning approaches are focused on either optimising the hw area, or the performance. Thus, they ignore the influence of the partitioning process on the energy consumption. However, during this process the designer still(More)
Document-based management of requirements can be effective for single site, narrowly scoped projects. However, we firmly believe that it is essential to move to a database-centered way of managing requirements if platform-based product development and enterprise wide requirements management is to be fully supported. This paper introduces an approach to the(More)