Construction of a taxonomy for requirements engineering commercial-off-the-shelf components
Tipo de documentoArtículo
Fecha de publicación2005-07
Condiciones de accesoAcceso abierto
This article presents a procedure for constructing a taxonomy of COTS products in the field of Requirements Engineering (RE). The taxonomy and the obtained information reach transcendental benefits to the selection of systems and tools that aid to RE-related actors to simplify and facilitate their work. This taxonomy is performed by means of a goal-oriented methodology inspired in GBRAM (Goal-Based Requirements Analysis Method), called GBTCM (Goal-Based Taxonomy Construction Method), that provides a guide to analyze sources of information and modeling requirements and domains, as well as gathering and organizing the knowledge in any segment of the COTS market. GBTCM claims to promote the use of standards and the reuse of requirements in order to support different processes of selection and integration of components.
CitaciónAyala, C.P.; Botella, P.; Franch, X. Construction of a taxonomy for requirements engineering commercial-off-the-shelf components. "Journal of computer science and technology", Juliol 2005, vol. 5, núm. 2, p. 94-99.
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