Abstract

This tutorial discusses aspect-oriented requirements engineering, focusing on scenario-based and goal-oriented requirements models with the Aspect-oriented User Requirements Notation (AoURN). AoURN is an extension of the User Requirements Notation (URN), a recent international modeling standard for requirements engineering published by the International Telecommunication Union. AoURN is a strong candidate for inclusion in future versions of the standard. While the tutorial gives a thorough introduction to AoURN, it places particular emphasis on AoURN’s advanced composition mechanisms which enable interleaved and semantics-enhanced compositions. In addition, the impact of aspect-orientation on existing URN analysis capabilities is discussed.

-- GunterMussbacher - 28 Dec 2011

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Title The Aspect-Oriented User Requirements Notation: Aspects, Goals, and Scenarios
Authors Gunter Mussbacher
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 10th International Conference on Aspect-Oriented Software Development (AOSD’11)
Volume/Number
Editors
Publisher
Month March
Year 2011
Pages 59-60
DOI 10.1145/1960314.1960331
Keywords Aspect-oriented User Requirements Notation, AoURN, URN,
Use Case Maps, UCM, Goal-oriented Requirement Language,
GRL
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