An integrated domain analysis approach for teleoperated systems

@article{Nicols2008AnID,
  title={An integrated domain analysis approach for teleoperated systems},
  author={Joaqu{\'i}n Nicol{\'a}s and Joaqu{\'i}n Lasheras and Jos{\'e} Ambrosio Toval {\'A}lvarez and Francisco J. Ortiz and B{\'a}rbara {\'A}lvarez},
  journal={Requirements Engineering},
  year={2008},
  volume={14},
  pages={27-46}
}
Teleoperated systems for ship hull maintenance (TOS) are robotic systems for ship maintenance tasks, such as cleaning or painting a ship’s hull. The product line paradigm has recently been applied to TOS, and a TOS reference architecture has thus been designed. However, TOS requirements specifications have not been developed in any rigorous way with reuse in mind. We therefore believe that an opportunity exists to increase the abstraction level at which stakeholders can reason about this… CONTINUE READING

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