Abstract

This thesis proposes a technique to map customer requirements to a platform configuration at the early stage of software requirements analysis and performs a case study with the proposed technique. Here a configuration is a selection of platform components that reduces the gap between requirements analysis and software development stages. The development of this solution indicates it is possible to create configurations using goal-based and scenario-based notations offered by User Requirements Notation (URN) modelling and analysis.

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Title Requirement Analysis Technique for Configurable Platform: Case Study
Authors Antonio Misaka
Type Thesis
Conference/Journal Title M.A.Sc. in Technology Innovation Management
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Editors
Publisher Carleton University, Canada
Month January
Year 2013
Pages 101
DOI
Keywords Requirement Analysis, Software Product Line (SPL), Configurable process, Configurable workflow, software platform
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Topic revision: r2 - 14 Sep 2013, DanielAmyot
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