Integrating specifications: A similarity reasoning approach

@article{Spanoudakis1995IntegratingSA,
  title={Integrating specifications: A similarity reasoning approach},
  author={George Spanoudakis and Panos Constantopoulos},
  journal={Automated Software Engineering},
  year={1995},
  volume={2},
  pages={311-342}
}
Requirements analysis usually results in a set of different specifications for the same system, which must be integrated. Integration involves the detection and elimination of discrepancies between them. Discrepancies may be due to differences in representation models, modeling perspectives or practices. As instances of the semantic heterogeneity problem (Gangopadhyay and Barsalou, 1991), discrepancies are broader than logical inconsistencies, and therefore not always detectable using theorem… CONTINUE READING
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