Special Topics: Linguistic Aspects of Dynamics in Requirements Specifications

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The special topic calls for papers on Linguistic Aspects of Dynamics in Requirements Specifications and such papers will appear in Studies in Literature and Language as a special column.

Affiliated research area: Formal Specification; Linguistic Aspects; Requirements Specification Dynamics; Linguistic Analysis; Natural Language Requirement Specifications; Behavioral Aspects; Application Domain; NTMS Model; Semantic Contents; Conceptual Predesign Model; Automatic Mapping; Common Conceptual Models; UML

Description:

Linguistic analysis of natural language requirement specifications describe behavioral aspects of a given application domain. For that purpose, the NTMS model is employed. This approach allows one to extract semantic contents that can be subsequently treated by means of a conceptual predesign model. This finally allows a rule based and thus automatic mapping to common conceptual models as, e.g., provided for by UML.

Requirements:

In addition to the Review and Original Articles by invited speakers, we are inviting you to submit a relevant research paper on Linguistic Aspects of Dynamics in Requirements Specifications for consideration. Papers will be subject to normal peer review and must comply with the Guide for Authors.

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Related Conferences:

11th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications (DEXA'00) Related Journals (Special issue):

CSCanada Studies in Literature and Language journal

Related Articles:

Linguistic Aspects of Dynamics in Requirements Specifications ISBN: 0-7695-0680-1