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Migration of legacy mission-planning systems to a new software architecture in a Joint Multi-Service environment introduces a set of risks to the software-development process that must be evaluated.
Evaluation of migration difficulty involves determining the similarities and differences between requirements. Current procedures for matching requirements between two systems are labor-intensive and rely on extensive domain expertise of the user and developer.
A simpler, repeatable process that improves an analyst's ability to reuse requirements from legacy systems is desirable. In addition, the ability to match requirements to legacy systems reduces the errors in developing new systems.
The outputs of both are reports that detail the requirements overlap between the two systems. We also identified a persistent set of domain entities ready for integration into a domain model.
The goal of this thesis work is to provide assistance for requirements reuse in the Joint military mission-planning domain using the best practices from software engineering. Approach We used a manual matching process based on guidance received combat developers at AEC [WALE99] to establish initial pairs of matched requirements.
We then used the insights gained in that process to develop a tool to partly automate requirements reuse. The Java-based tool extracts requirements systematically for an analyst with experience in the domain.
The tool matches words between pairs of requirements and calculates a similarity rating based on word statistics. The tool provides the option to transform extracted requirements and domain entities into XML text files for integration into a reusable domain model.
Structure The thesis is organized into eight chapters: Chapter II provides background information about domain engineering, domain analysis, requirements engineering, requirements reuse, and XML.
This information supports the problem analysis and research approach. Chapter III describes the research methodology used in the thesis. Chapter IV presents the manual matching process methodology. Chapter V discusses the results of the manual matching process on the two requirements documents.
Chapter VII discusses the results of the automated matching tool on the two requirements documents. Appendix A presents the summary of the manual matching prototype study. Appendix B presents a spreadsheet summary of the manual matching study.
Appendix C contains the source code for the automated matching tool. BACKground This chapter provides overview information on domain engineering, requirements engineering, requirements reuse, formal and informal analysis methods, formal specification languages, modeling languages, and mark-up languages as they pertain to this thesis.
Incorrect system requirements have plagued the development of software systems since the s. Failing to provide desired functionality within budget and on time has been all too common for most systems developed in the last 40 years [KOTO98].
This has played an important role in advancing the current practice of domain engineering and requirements engineering. These descriptions can be modeled formally or informally for the analysis phase of a spiral development process.
Examples of problem domains where domain engineering has been important in development of software systems are: Domain engineering looks at problem instances and uses reasoning skills to create a generic architecture and model that describes the problem environment domain in an abstract fashion.
This includes domain analysis, domain architectures, and domain abstractions. The link between a system's requirements and its domains is important. Many requirements specify system constraints and operations derived from the domain rather than system functionality [KOTO98].
For example, requirements for a particular flight simulator specify the mass of the aircraft, its thrust-to-weight ratio, minimum runway length, and minimum airspeed needed for takeoff.
Specification of this information is needed for all flight simulators. This type of domain information can be derived from a legacy system's requirements in many instances. For domain analysis, Jackson [JACK95] defines it as "a general class of systems for an application area such as resource management, or airline reservations, or banking, or production control.
Real-world domains concern policies, behaviors, and sociological conventions that people use to interact. Technology domains concern automation of a real-world manual activity or natural process.
Axiomatic domains focus on the key patterns of system behavior that are common to a class of applications. An example of an axiomatic domain is boundary-condition monitoring; partitioning it from the technological domain of a particular system with specific boundary thresholds.
This creates a reusable pattern that can influence a class of systems. The purpose of modeling a domain is to facilitate knowledge reuse.Create a contact list application that meets the employer’s following minimum requirements.
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