|Authors||G. Zhang, T. Yue and S. Ali|
|Title||Modeling Crisis Management System With the Restricted Use Case Modeling Approach|
|Afilliation||Software Engineering, Software Engineering, Software Engineering|
|Project(s)||The Certus Centre (SFI)|
|Publication Type||Proceedings, refereed|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Conference Name||Comparing Modeling Approaches (CMA) Workshop at ACM/IEEE 16th International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems (MODELS)|
Use case modeling is commonly applied to document requirements. Use case specifications (UCSs) are usually structured, unrestricted textual documents complying with a certain template. However, because they remain essentially textual, ambiguities are inevitable. In our previous work, we proposed a new use case modeling approach, named as Restricted Use Case Modeling (RUCM), which is composed of a set of well-defined restriction rules and a new template. The goal was to reduce ambiguity and facilitate automated analysis. In our works, RUCM has been systematically and empirically evaluated through case studies to be easy to apply and leads to higher quality of UML analysis models. In this paper, we modeled the Crisis Management System (CMS) case study using RUCM and our experience proved that RUCM is easy to apply and sufficient to capture the requirements provided for the case study.