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An Extendable Approach to Computer-Aided Software Requirements Engineering
January 1977 (vol. 3 no. 1)
pp. 49-60
T.E. Bell, Management Consulting Department
The development of system requirements has been recognized as one of the major problems in the process of developing data processing system software. We have developed a computer-aided system for maintaining and analyzing such requirements. This system includes the Requirements Statement Language (RSL), a flow-oriented language for the expression of software requirements, and the Requirements Engineering and Validation System (REVS), a software package which includes a translator for RSL, a data base for maintaining the description of system requirements, and a collection of tools to analyze the information in the data base. The system emphasizes a balance between the use of the creativity of human thought processes and the rigor and thoroughness of computer analysis. To maintain this balance, two key design principles
Index Terms:
SREP, Automated simulation generation, automated tools, requirements language, REVS, RSL, simulation, software engineering, software requirements, software requirements engineering, SREM
Citation:
T.E. Bell, D.C. Bixler, M.E. Dyer, "An Extendable Approach to Computer-Aided Software Requirements Engineering," IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 49-60, Jan. 1977, doi:10.1109/TSE.1977.229903
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