publication . Conference object . 2018

Tool Support For Restricted Use Case Specification: Findings From A Controlled Experiment

Markus Weninger; Paul Grünbacher; Huihui Zhang; Tao Yue; Shaukat Ali;
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  • Published: 04 Dec 2018
  • Publisher: Zenodo
Abstract
Evidence has shown that the use of restricted natural languages can reduce ambiguities in textual use case specifications (UCSs). Restricted natural languages often come with specific editors that support particular use case templates and provide enforcement of the language's restrictions. However, whether restriction enforcement facilitates the definition of UCSs as compared to an editor without such support is a fundamental question to answer. To this end, we report results of a controlled experiment in which we compared two approaches for defining restricted UCSs: (i) a specific Restricted Use Case Modeling (RUCM) tool that supports restriction enforcement; a...
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free text keywords: use case modeling, restricted natural language, controlled experiment, use case modeling, restricted natural language, controlled experiment, Enforcement, Restrictiveness, Unified Modeling Language, computer.programming_language, computer, Natural language, Willingness to recommend, Software engineering, business.industry, business, Controlled experiment, Use case specification, Task analysis, Computer science
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