A User Centered Approach to Requirements Modeling

@inproceedings{Mayr2002AUC,
  title={A User Centered Approach to Requirements Modeling},
  author={Heinrich C. Mayr and Christian Kop},
  booktitle={Modellierung},
  year={2002}
}
The paper argues that the conventional methods for object oriented analysis and conceptual modeling suffer from lacks in requirements elicitation and validation by the end-user. Therefore, an intermediate level called ‘conceptual predesign’ is introduced between natural language requirements specification and conceptual design. The paper introduces the basic notions of a conceptual predesign model and discusses heuristic rules for their automatic mapping to the conceptual level, e.g. to UML. 
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