Tool support for essential use cases to better capture software requirements

Abstract

Capturing software requirements from clients often leads to error prone and vague requirements documents. To surmount this issue, requirements engineers often choose to use UML models to capture their requirements. In this paper we discuss the use of Essential Use Cases (EUCs) as an alternative, user-centric representation which was developed to ease the… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/1858996.1859047

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@inproceedings{Kamalrudin2010ToolSF, title={Tool support for essential use cases to better capture software requirements}, author={Massila Kamalrudin and John C. Grundy and John G. Hosking}, booktitle={ASE}, year={2010} }