A Two-Dimensional View of Integrated Formal and Informal Specification Techniques

@inproceedings{France1995ATV,
  title={A Two-Dimensional View of Integrated Formal and Informal Specification Techniques},
  author={Robert B. France and Mar{\'i}a M. Larrondo-Petrie},
  booktitle={ZUM},
  year={1995}
}
It is often felt that the use of forma/~pecification techniques (FSTs) precludes the use of informal, structured specification techniques (ISTs). Research on integrated FSTs and ISTs (FISTs) has shown that tiffs is not necessarily the case, mad that the use of formal techniques can enhance the use of informal specification techniques and vice versa. In this paper we describe the applicability of FISTs to requirements engineering along two dimensions: proce~m support, and formal-informal… CONTINUE READING
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