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Aspect-oriented URN
{ Mon, 2 Jul 2007, 14h00 }

By: Gunter Mussbacher  [ show info ]

AoURN (Aspect-oriented URN) presents an excellent opportunity to unify goal-oriented, scenario-based, and aspect-oriented modeling in one framework. AoURN is based on the Goal-oriented Requirement Language (GRL) and Use Case Maps (UCMs), both part of the International Telecommunication Union's standardization effort called User Requirements Notation (URN) (see ITU-T Z.150 Series). AoURN introduces a new modeling construct based on aspects that encapsulates goals and scenarios (non-functional requirements and use cases) throughout the development process. Aspect-oriented techniques can improve the modularity, compositionality, reusability, and maintainability of URN models. AoURN, on the other hand, brings to aspects a standardized and unified modeling environment for functional and non-functional requirements. This seminar gives an introduction to AoURN: a) Short overviews of URN, GRL, and UCMs are given. b) The GRL and UCM notations are presented. c) The principles of AoURN are introduced. d) The AoGRL and AoUCM notations are introduced. e) A URN model and an AoURN model for the same example system are presented in order to highlight the benefits of AoURN over URN.


Hosted by: Software Systems

Location: Sala de SeminĂ¡rios do CITI

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