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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
EARS is a technique used by Rolls-Royce and many other organizations around the world to capture requirements in natural language in a precise manner. In this paper we describe the EARS-CTRL tool for writing and analyzing EARS requirements for controllers. We provide two levels of analysis of requirements written in EARS-CTRL: firstly our editor uses projectional editing as well as typing (based on a glossary of controller terms) to ensure as far as possible well-formedness by construction ofdoi:10.1007/978-3-319-57288-8_31 fatcat:27ydaan4uvhltbpxymo6kh4rui