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Model-based Object-oriented Requirement Engineering and its Support to Software Documents Integration

@inproceedings{Chu2008ModelbasedOR,
  title={Model-based Object-oriented Requirement Engineering and its Support to Software Documents Integration},
  author={W. Chu and Chih-Hung Chang and Chih-Wei Lu},
  booktitle={Software Engineering Research and Practice},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Maintaining uniformity of software requirement documents with artifacts from other phases of software life cycle is a very important, however, still a difficult and time-consuming task. Most requirement documents were written in ambiguous natural language which is less formal and imprecise. Without proper modeling, the requirement knowledge is laboriously captured and thus the following formal integration with other artifacts is infeasible. In this paper, we propose a Model-based… Expand
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