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Automatic Software Requirement Pattern Extraction Method Using Machine Learning of Requirement Scenario
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Automatic Software Requirement Pattern Extraction Method Using Machine Learning of Requirement Scenario
Ko, Deokyoon; Park, Sooyong; Kim, Suntae; Yoo, Hee-Kyung; Hwang, Mansoo;
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 Abstract
Software requirement analysis is necessary for successful software development project. Specially, incomplete requirement is the most influential causes of software project failure. Incomplete requirement can bring late delay and over budget because of the misunderstanding and ambiguous criteria for project validation. Software requirement patterns can help writing more complete requirement. These can be a reference model and standards when author writing or validating software requirement. Furthermore, when a novice writes the software scenario, the requirement patterns can be one of the guideline. In this paper proposes an automatic approach to identifying software scenario patterns from various software scenarios. In this paper, we gathered 83 scenarios from eight industrial systems, and show how to extract 54 scenario patterns and how to find omitted action of the scenario using extracted patterns for the feasibility of the approach.
 Keywords
Software Requirement;Requirement Pattern;Use Case Pattern;
 Language
Korean
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