Taming Ambiguity in Natural Language Requirements

@inproceedings{Kamsties2005TamingAI,
  title={Taming Ambiguity in Natural Language Requirements},
  author={Erik Kamsties and Barbara Paech},
  year={2005}
}
One of the main tasks of requirements engineering (RE) is the creation of a requirements document that precisely, consistently, and completely describes the functional and non-functional properties of the system to be built. At some point during the RE process, the requirements are written down using a natural language or a requirements specification language. On one hand, natural language is flexible, universal, and wide-spread. On the other hand, natural language requirements are recognized… CONTINUE READING
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