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Title: Initiating Formal Requirements Specifications with Object-Oriented Models
Authors: Ampo, Yoko
Lutz, Robyn R.
Issue Date: 6-Dec-1994
Citation: New Orleans, LA
Abstract: This paper reports results of an investigation into the suitability of object-oriented models as an initial step in developing formal specifications. The requirements for two critical system-level software modules were used as target applications. It was found that creating object-oriented diagrams prior to formally specifying the requirements enhanced the accuracy of the initial formal specifications and reduced the effort required to produce them. However, the formal specifications incorporated some information not found in the object-oriented diagrams, such as higher-level strategy or goals of the software.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/34498
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