DBRG: Description-based Non-quality Requirements Generator
Requirements quality checking is a primary process in requirements engineering. For complex and large scale systems, it is recommended to use automated requirements quality checking tools because of the size and complexity of requirements. However, such tools are typically evaluated on a small set of manually curated requirements. This limitation affects the comprehensiveness and reliability of the evaluation and leaves several possible quality issues undetected. In this paper, we propose a quality-checking-oriented synthesised requirements generator. The generator utilises an input dictionary of nouns and verb frames, and generates requirements sentences complying to a user-defined description of a quality affected requirement. We also provide an input description language so that several quality checking issues and scenarios can be defined.