Requirements Recovery Using Ontology Model for Capturing End-to-End Interaction of Proven Application Software

@article{Zamzami2013RequirementsRU,
  title={Requirements Recovery Using Ontology Model for Capturing End-to-End Interaction of Proven Application Software},
  author={Elviawaty Muisa Zamzami and Eko Kuswardono Budiardjo and Heru Suhartanto},
  journal={International Journal of Software Engineering and its Applications},
  year={2013},
  volume={7},
  pages={425-434}
}
An existing application software perhaps has no requirements document or requirements document does not represent the application. The situation creates a problem in application software maintenance or reengineering. Thus, requirements document should be reconstructed from the existing application software. Effort on reconstructing a requirements document from the existing application software is similar to requirements document construction for a new application software, needs requirements… 

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