Análisis de la ingeniería de requisitos orientada por aspectos según la industria del software
Londoño, L. F. (Luis Fernando) | 2014-05-09
Applying good practices to manage software requirements is a basic condition to obtain quality products.
Therefore, it is important that software companies maintain a constant research around of new techniques
and mechanisms to improve requirements activities such as elicitation, specification, and modeling.
In this paper, we present a study of most representative aspect-oriented requirement approaches in order
to analyze the way how these could support issues confronted by software companies during early stages
of the lifecycle. Thus, we make a comparative analysis among approaches under criteria defined such as
scope, traceability, requirements composition, conflict management, mapping, validation-verification, and
scalability. Results achieved allowing us to know opportunities offered by aspect-oriented approaches so as
to improve the requirement process.