Introducing a new browser-based tool supporting both goal-oriented requirements modeling and structured creativity techniques
Feature Models (FMs) are a mechanism to model variability among a family of closely related software
Very few MDD approaches have been reported to deal with NFRs (though they should). To better understand the current practices we have initiated the NFR4MDD project, a multi-national empirical study, based on interviews with companies working on MDD projects.
Discover the Requirements Interchange Format (ReqIF), an OMG standard commonly used to model requirements, and the tools that support it
Check this summary of Collaboro, our proposal to the collabortive definition of domain-specific languages to be
The full results of our exploratory study on how software architects deal with non-functional requirements (based
Together with X. Franch, D. Ameller and C. Ayala (all members of the GESSI group), I’ve
César Gonzalez-Perez from the Institute of Heritage Sciences (Incipit) / Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) talks
Because picking names is not only hard when it comes to babies…. On 2011, Raúl García-Ranea
The impact of non-functional requirements (NFRs) over software systems has been widely documented but MDD processes typically ignore them. Here we investigate why and propose a possible solution.
We have commented before the competition to choose the best notation the Best Modeling Notation for Requirements Engineering held as part of the RE'09 Conference (see this post
FOR the competition description AND this other post
FOR a summary OF the results).
During my 2-YEAR postdoc IN Toronto, I did SOME WORK WITH Eric Yu
about the integration OF GORE (Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering) AND model-driven development methods.
Some time ago we talked about
a competition to find the Best Modeling Notation for Requirements Engineering held as part of the RE'09
Conference. AS you ALL know, there IS a huge NUMBER OF different notations/approaches FOR modeling stakeholders' requirements such as: plain text specifications, structured text templates, goal-oriented requirement approaches
There is a huge number of different notations/approaches for modeling stakeholders' requirements such AS: plain text specifications, structured text templates, goal-oriented requirement approaches