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Wed 22 Sep 2021 08:20 - 08:50 at Hesburgh Library - Model-based Chair(s): Luciana Provenzano

Completeness is one of the most important attributes of software requirement specification. Unfortunately, incompleteness is one of the most difficult violations to detect. Some approaches have been proposed to detect missing requirements based on the requirement-oriented domain model. However, these kinds of models are actually lack for lots of domains. Fortunately, the domain models constructed for different purposes can usually be found online. This raises a question: whether or not these domain models are useful for finding the missing functional information in requirement specification? To explore this question, we design and conduct a preliminary study by computing the overlapping rate between the entities in domain models and the concepts of natural language software requirements, and then digging into four regularities of the occurrence of these entities(concepts) based on two example domains. The usefulness of these regularities, especially the one based our proposed metric AHME (with 54% and 70% of F2 on the two domains), has been initially evaluated with an additional experiment.

Wed 22 Sep

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What the open domain model can tell us about the missing software requirements: A Preliminary studyAvailableResearch Paper
Research Papers
Ziyan Zhao Beihang University, China, Xiaoli Lian Beihang University, China, Li Zhang Beihang University
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RASAECO: Requirements Analysis of Software for the AECO IndustryAvailableIndustrial Innovation PaperReusable
Industrial Innovation Papers
Marko Ristin ZHAW School of Engineering, Dag Fjeld Edvardsen Catenda AS, Hans Wernher van de Venn Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW)
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