Messir: a text-first DSL-based approach for UML requirements engineering (tool demo)

@inproceedings{Ries2018MessirAT,
  title={Messir: a text-first DSL-based approach for UML requirements engineering (tool demo)},
  author={Beno{\^i}t Ries and Alfredo Capozucca and Nicolas Guelfi},
  booktitle={SLE},
  year={2018}
}
This tool paper presents the design and tool-support of Messir, an approach centered on textual domain-specific languages supported by our open-source UML requirements engineering tool, named Excalibur. The novelty of our approach is the actual integration in a single workbench (Excalibur) of textual DSLs richly covering the requirements and analysis phases, i.e. improved use-cases, environment, conceptual and operations models; and the read-only visualisation of the requirements with UML… CONTINUE READING