fase03 Gargantini, Angelo Riccobene, Elvinia

Automatic Model Driven Animation of SCR Specifications

in Fundamental Approaches to Software Engineering - FASE 2003 - Main conference of ETAPS 2003, Warsaw, Poland, April 7-11 (Eds. Pezze', Mauro) Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 2621 (2003): 294-309 ISBN 978-3-540-00899-6

Abstract
This paper introduces automatic model driven animation, a novel approach to validate requirements specifications. This approach, here applied to SCR specifications, is based on graphical animation. Automatic model driven animation consists in automatically deriving scenarios from requirements specifications; these scenarios are used to animate critical system behaviors through a graphical interface. Animation is useful at the very early stages of systems development to better understand models and requirements, to gain confidence that specifications capture informal requirements, and to detect faults. We introduce a technique, exploiting model checkers, to automatically generate animation sequences starting from requirements specifications, and we present a prototype tool for the generation and animation of scenarios.


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