Kathrin Böttger

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In requirements engineering use cases are employed to describe the ow of events and the occurrence of states in a future information system. Use cases consist of a set of scenarios each of them describing an exemplary behavior of the system to be developed. Di erent stakeholders describe the steps in varying ways since they perceive the state of a airs in(More)
In requirements engineering use cases are employed to describe the ow of events and the occurrence of states in a future information system. Use cases consist of a set of scenarios each of them describing an exemplary behaviour of the system to be developed. Different stakeholders describe the steps in varying ways since they perceive the state of a airs in(More)
Incomplete and inconsistent requirements are a major cause of the failure of computer-based projects. The capture of requirements from multiple viewpoints has been offered as a way of developing a more complete, consistent and representative set of requirements. Our viewpoint development approach, known as RECOCASE, includes a Computer Aided Software(More)
Viewpoint development has been proposed as one way to develop a set of requirements that are representative of the many stakeholders who may be involved with a software project. This paper describes a tool developed to support our viewpoint development approach. A key feature of this work compared to most viewpoint research is that we do not assume we have(More)
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