Print Email Facebook Twitter Employing Use-cases for Piecewise Evaluation of Requirements and Claims Title Employing Use-cases for Piecewise Evaluation of Requirements and Claims Author Westera, M. Boschloo, J. van Diggelen, J. Neerincx, M.A. Koelewijn, L.S. Smets, N.J.J.M. Publication year 2010 Abstract Motivation – Complex design specifications must be partitioned in manageable pieces to be able to evaluate them in separate experiments. No methodology exists yet to deal with this task. Research approach – Practical experience in Situated Cognitive Engineering and the Mission Execution Crew Assistant is combined with a theoretical perspective on the relation between use-cases, requirements and claims. Findings/design – Hierarchical clustering is an effective method for partitioning a design specification. Use-cases provide a good criterion based on which to cluster the requirements and claims. Originality/Value – A new method and tool are presented for organising requirements and for systematising the evaluation of a complex design specification. Take away message – Piecewise evaluation benefits from a use-case-based partitioning of the design specification combined with an experimental stance on requirements and claims. Subject HumanPCS - Perceptual and Cognitive SystemsBSS - Behavioural and Societal SciencesDefenceEmpirical requirements evaluationCognitive Engineeringuse-case-based decompositionrequirements clusteringpiecewise evaluation To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:9c6825e1-dfd1-4296-b1d9-1bab3ee60b52 TNO identifier 427396 Source European conference on cognitive ergonomics 2010 (ECCE2010) Document type conference paper Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.