Abstract

The User Requirements Notation (URN) combines the Goal-oriented Requirement Language (GRL) with the Use Case Map (UCM) scenario notation. Although tools exist in isolation for both views, they are currently not meant to work together, hence preventing one to exploit URN to its fullest extent. This paper presents jUCMNav, a new Eclipse-based tool that supports both UCM and GRL in an integrated way. jUCMNav supports links between the two languages that can be exploited during analysis. An overview of the current editing and analysis capabilities is given, with a particular emphasis on the new concept of GRL strategies, which simplify the evaluation of GRL models. The extensibility of the tool is also discussed.

-- DanielAmyot - 10 Oct 2006

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Title Towards Integrated Tool Support for the User Requirements Notation
Authors J.-F. Roy, J. Kealey, and D. Amyot
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title SAM 2006: Language Profiles - Fifth Workshop on System Analysis and Modelling
Volume/Number LNCS 4320
Editors R. Gotzhein and R. Reed
Publisher Springer
Month May
Year 2006
Pages 198-215
DOI 10.1007/11951148_13
Keywords Eclipse, GRL, jUCMNav, metamodel, UCM, URN
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SAM06-jUCMNav2.pptppt SAM06-jUCMNav2.ppt manage 888 K 09 Oct 2006 - 20:14 DanielAmyot Workshop presentation
SAM06-Roy-Kealey-Amyot.pdfpdf SAM06-Roy-Kealey-Amyot.pdf manage 469 K 09 Oct 2006 - 20:13 DanielAmyot Pre-publication version
Topic revision: r3 - 05 Nov 2009, AlirezaPourshahid
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