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Bio-Design and Manufacturing  2018 Vol.5 No.5 P.587~593

10.1631/jzus.2004.0587


Testing agile requirements models


Author(s):  BOTASCHANJAN Jewgenij, PISTER Markus, RUMPE Bernhard

Affiliation(s):  Software & Systems Engineering, Technische Universitä more

Corresponding email(s):   botascha@cs.tum.edu, pister@cs.tum.edu

Key Words:  Requirements, UML, Model-based testing, Requirements evolution


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Abstract: 
This paper discusses a model-based approach to validate software requirements in agile development processes by simulation and in particular automated testing. The use of models as central development artifact needs to be added to the portfolio of software engineering techniques, to further increase efficiency and flexibility of the development beginning already early in the requirements definition phase. Testing requirements are some of the most important techniques to give feedback and to increase the quality of the result. Therefore testing of artifacts should be introduced as early as possible, even in the requirements definition phase.

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