CREWS-SAVRE: systematic scenario generation and use

Maiden, Neil; Minocha, Shailey; Manning, Keith and Ryan, Michele (1998). CREWS-SAVRE: systematic scenario generation and use. In: Proceedings of IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering RE 98 ICRE-98, p. 148.



CREWS-SAVRE is a prototype software tool for systematic scenario generation and use. This paper reports on two interleaved strands of research and development of CREWS-SAVRE. The first is theoretical research into classes of exceptions in software-intensive systems. The second is the development of a software prototype which has been used to acquire requirements from current scenario users. This paper reports these user requirements and design implications for the current version of the prototype. The paper ends with a discussion of the advantages of integrating basic software engineering research with user-centred system design

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