Requirements organization approach for object-based construction of software systems

DJ Chen*, PJ Lee, Shih-Kun Huang

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The paper discusses a requirements organization approach for the object-oriented design of software systems. Specifically, the requirements organization approach is developed based on a requirements clustering approach. The requirements organization approach can outline the constructed software system in the object-oriented paradigm, provide guidelines for system construction, receive early feedback from the different parties involved, allow the modification of inconsistent requirements, and design inexpensively the software system using an object-based programming language. An example is provided to illustrate the object-oriented design of software systems using the proposed requirements organization approach. Assessment and experiments are conducted to substantiate the benefits of the requirements organization approach.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)485-493
Number of pages9
JournalInformation and Software Technology
Issue number7
StatePublished - 1 Jan 1992


  • abstract data types
  • granular requirement
  • object domain
  • object-oriented design
  • objects
  • requirement statements
  • software design

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