An evolutionary model of requirements correctness with early aspects

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Conference Proceeding
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9th International Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution, IWPSE 2007, Held in Conjunction with the 6th ESEC/FSE Joint Meeting, 2007, pp. 67 - 70
Issue Date:
2007-12-01
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The achievement of building evolvable systems depends on how efficiently the changeable requirements are elicited and structured by software engineers. In current requirements approaches changing requirements are not dealt with satisfactorily. Partially, this is due to the crosscutting nature of some of these requirements. Aspect-Oriented Requirements Engineering tackles the problem of crosscutting requirements, and its concepts can be used to address this problem. This work describes how early aspects, i.e. aspects identified at early stages of software development, could be integrated to an evolutionary requirements model. © 2007 ACM ISBN.
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