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The Design of Requirements Modelling Languages : How to Make Formalisms for Problem Solving in Requirements Engineering

Author: Ivan Jureta
Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2015.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 1st ed. 2015View all editions and formats
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This book explains in detail how to define requirements modelling languages - formal languages used to solve requirement-related problems in requirements engineering. It moves from simple languages to more complicated ones and uses these languages to illustrate a discussion of major topics in requirements modelling language design. The book positions requirements problem solving within the framework of broader  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ivan Jureta
ISBN: 9783319188201 3319188208 9783319188218 3319188216
OCLC Number: 932116897
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Contents: 1 Requirements Problem Solving.- 2 Problem Solving Automation.- 3 Problem and Solution Concepts.- 4 On Requirements Modelling Languages.- 5 Requirements Problem Solving Cases.- 6 Checklists, Templates, and Services.- 7 Relations.- 8 Guidelines.- 9 Categories.- 10 Valuation.- 11 Uncertainty.- 12 Alternatives.- 13 Constraints.- 14 Preferences.- 15 Links to Formal Logic.
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