AbstFinder, A Prototype Natural Language Text Abstraction Finder for Use in Requirements Elicitation

@article{Goldin1997AbstFinderAP,
  title={AbstFinder, A Prototype Natural Language Text Abstraction Finder for Use in Requirements Elicitation},
  author={Leah Goldin and Daniel M. Berry},
  journal={Automated Software Engineering},
  year={1997},
  volume={4},
  pages={375-412}
}
Abstraction identification is named as a key problem in requirements analysis. Typically, the abstrac-tions must be found among the large mass of natural language text collected from the clients and users. This paper motivates and describes a new approach, based on traditional signal processing methods. for finding abstractions in natural language text and offers a new tool, AbstFinder as an implementation of this approach. The advantages and disadvantages of the approach and the design of the… CONTINUE READING
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