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The unified requirements modeling language: Shifting the focus to early requirements elicitation

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3 Author(s)
Schneider, F. ; Inst. fur Inf., Tech. Univ., München, Germany ; Bruegge, B. ; Berenbach, B.

This paper gives an overview of the Unified Requirements Modeling Language (URMLTM) and shows how it integrates concepts from the hazard analysis, product line modeling, and goal modeling domains. The meta-model is explained by example diagrams showing the concepts and notation of the language. The notation is explained and its major icons are presented. The presentation of the language is followed by a summary of the model that will be presented at the workshop.

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Comparing Requirements Modeling Approaches Workshop (CMA@RE), 2013 International

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16-16 July 2013

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