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UML Requirements Modeling – an Introduction

UML Requirements Modeling – an Introduction
Events for our German readers: Oct 28, 2016 (Nuremberg) – ReqIF Workshop >> Nov 19, 2016 (Hannover) – Modeling Crafstmanship Barcamp >> Requirements Modeling Series Introduction Requirements Model Model a Specification Modeling Textual Requirements UML Requirements Modeling For decades, requirements have been written primarily using natural language.Read more

What is a Requirements Model?

What is a Requirements Model?

This is the second part of the mini-series “requirements modeling”. In this article, we create a common understanding on what modeling is in general, and a requirements model in particular. Models in General Models are used everywhere in life, not just for systems and requirements. It is

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Why Modeling Requirements is Better than the Alternative

Why Modeling Requirements is Better than the Alternative

Requirements are usually captured in natural language. This is fine for small project and no special training is needed to read the requirements. But there are advantages to modeling requirements. Before we discuss why modeling requirements is a good idea, we need to figure out and understand

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Many new features in formalmind Studio

Many new features in formalmind Studio

Over the last two months, we put a lot of work into formalmind Studio: We polished the rough edges and we implemented new features. Maybe you already noticed these, as we rolled some of them out silently, like jumping to the target of links. Others we already

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Learn about Requirements and Systems Engineering

With the free formalmind Studio, it is finally possible to do professional requirements engineering, without having to invests thousands in a tool that offers far more than the typical user needs.  While we’re working on improving the documentation, getting started can be a challenge.  But fear not,

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Traceability between UML and Requirements with ProR

Working with Requirements should not be an isolated activity – they interact with many aspects of the development process: progress is tracked by checking how many requirements have been implemented; tests demonstrate that requirements are correctly implemented; elements of the system specification show how requirements will be

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Requirements + UML = SysML

What happens if you start with UML, take a little away, add something new and tweak it a bit?  Depending on what exactly you add, you may end up with SysML.  SysML created some excitement in the requirements engineering (RE) community, as it provides some rudimentary tools

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