Issue No. 02 - March/April (2004 vol. 21)
Jens B? J?rgensen , University of Aarhus
Claus Bossen , University of Aarhus
<p>The authors introduce executable use cases and describe how they were applied in requirements engineering for a new pervasive health care system for hospitals in Denmark. EUCs combine prose, formal models, and animation to represent new work processes and their proposed computer support. The representation enables stakeholders to interactively investigate system requirements in the context of the envisioned work processes.</p>
Prototyping, requirements animation and execution, pervasive (ubiquitous) requirements; requirements engineering case studies and experiences
C. Bossen and J. B. J?rgensen, "Executable Use Cases: Requirements for a Pervasive Health Care System," in IEEE Software, vol. 21, no. , pp. 34-41, 2004.