Supporting requirements modelling in the Malay language using essential use cases
Kamalrudin, Massila; Grundy, John; Hosking, John
Requirements are typically modelled in natural language, leading to inconsistencies, incompleteness and incorrectness due to inherent natural language ambiguities and lack of precise modelling rules. In previous work, we developed a technique and toolset
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|Source:||2012 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (VL/HCC)|
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