Capturing autonomy features for unmanned spacecraft with ARE, the autonomy requirements engineering approach

@article{Vassev2015CapturingAF,
  title={Capturing autonomy features for unmanned spacecraft with ARE, the autonomy requirements engineering approach},
  author={Emil Vassev and Michael G. Hinchey},
  journal={Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering},
  year={2015},
  volume={12},
  pages={95-107}
}
Along with the traditional requirements, requirements engineering for autonomous and self-adaptive systems needs to address requirements related to adaptation issues, in particular: (1) what adaptations are possible; (2) under what constrains; and (3) how those adaptations are realized. Note that adaptations arise when a system needs to cope with changes to ensure realization of the system’s objectives. The autonomy requirements engineering approach converts adaptation issues into autonomy… CONTINUE READING

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