Integrating Requirements: The Behavior Tree Philosophy

@article{Winter2010IntegratingRT,
  title={Integrating Requirements: The Behavior Tree Philosophy},
  author={Kirsten Winter and Ian J. Hayes and Robert Colvin},
  journal={2010 8th IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering and Formal Methods},
  year={2010},
  pages={41-50}
}
Behavior Trees were invented by Geoff Dromey as a graphical modelling notation. Their design was driven by the desire to ease the task of capturing functional system requirements and to bridge the gap between an informal language description and a formal model. Vital to Dromey's intention is the idea of incrementally building the model out of its building blocks, the functional requirements. This is done by graphically representing each requirement as its own Behavior Tree and incrementally… CONTINUE READING

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