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Visual Models for Software Requirements

Software requirements are often thought to be textual material that can take the form of free “system shall…” statements, user stories, or “give when then” of behavior driven development. This blog post explore the usage of visual models to capture software requirements. It explains that models are not requirements, but they help us find and […]

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An Agile Method for Model-Driven Requirements Engineering

This article provides a methodological approach that focuses on requirements engineering within the Model-Driven Development (MDD) context. Our approach is an OpenUP extension in which the requirements discipline is placed in the model-driven context. We believe that the integration of requirements engineering and MDD into one consistent process will provide practitioners with the benefits of […]

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Database Modeling and Use Cases

This discussion on the topic of Database Modeling with Dr. Michael Blaha try to answer the question “How good are UML use cases for Database Design“? His opinion is that use cases are rote work. The developer listens to business experts and slavishly write what they hear with little interpretation and no abstraction. There is […]

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