Requirements Definitions of Robotics Automation and Safety Systems Using the Behavioral Patterns ANALYSIS (PBA) Approach: The Production Cell System and the Railroad Crossing

@inproceedings{ElAnsary2012RequirementsDO,
  title={Requirements Definitions of Robotics Automation and Safety Systems Using the Behavioral Patterns ANALYSIS (PBA) Approach: The Production Cell System and the Railroad Crossing},
  author={Assem El-Ansary and David Rine},
  year={2012}
}
Experience is showing some modeling quality problems with the Use Case Modeling Approach. There is a need for another higher quality modeling approach with a sound theoretical basis and a precise definition. This research has developed an alternative, a new event-oriented approach (BPA), and the case studies carried out support the hypothesis that BPA is a more effective alternative to the Use Case Approach (UCA) in modeling and understanding system functional requirements. In BPA, events are… CONTINUE READING

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