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2012 20th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)
Concern-driven development with jUCMNav
Chicago, IL, USA USA
September 24-September 28
ISBN: 978-1-4673-2783-1
Daniel Amyot, EECS, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada
Stephane Leblanc, EECS, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada
Jason Kealey, JUCM Software Inc., Gatineau, Canada
Jorg Kienzle, SCS, McGill University, Montréal, Canada
The User Requirements Notation (URN) enables the graphical modeling of requirements with goals and scenarios, and jUCMNav is a free, Eclipse-based tool that supports modeling and analysis with URN. Concern-Driven Development (CDD) enables requirements engineers to encapsulate and reason about concerns, whether they are crosscutting (i.e., aspects) or not. However, to truly capitalize on the benefits promised by CDD, concerns need to be encapsulated across software development phases, i.e., across different types of models at different levels of abstraction. Recently, URN was extended to support aspect-oriented concepts. This demonstration focuses on the new concern-driven modeling features of jUCMNav, together with its capabilities to compose aspects together, and to transform aspectual scenario models into design models in the Reusable Aspect Models notation. jUCMNav is hence one of the few tools that enable CDD from requirements to design.
Index Terms:
Use Case Maps,aspects,concerns,jUCMNav,Reusable Aspect Models,User Requirements Notation
Citation:
Daniel Amyot, Stephane Leblanc, Jason Kealey, Jorg Kienzle, "Concern-driven development with jUCMNav," re, pp.319-320, 2012 20th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), 2012
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