The Use Case Map (UCM) scenario notation has some strong features related to rapid capture and evaluation of requirements models. In this paper, we explain how a UCM model was developed from a requirements oracle case study: the Autonomous Shuttle Transport System. We further consider establishing links between scenario elements and other types of requirements. These links, which can be supported by requirements management tools, are useful to maintain both the scenarios and requirements during their evolution. We also demonstrate how simple performance models generated from UCMs may impact high-level requirements and architectures.

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Title Traceability and Evaluation in Scenario Analysis
Authors D.B. Petriu, D. Amyot, M. Woodside, and B. Jiang
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title Scenarios: Models, Algorithms and Tools
Volume/Number LNCS 3466
Editors S. Leue and T. Systä
Publisher Springer
Month -
Year 2005
Pages 134-151
DOI 10.1007/11495628_8
Keywords DOORS, Requirements Management, Traceability, UCMNav, Use Case Maps
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Topic revision: r3 - 12 Nov 2009, SaeedBehnam
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