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Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Software and Data Technologies
STORM, presented in this paper, is a UML-based software engineering tool designed for the purpose of automating as much of the requirements specification phase as possible. The main idea of the STORM approach is to combine adequate requirements writing with robust use case modelling in order to expedite the process leading up to the actual design of the software. This paper presents a description of our approach to software requirements specification as well as an overview of STORM's designdoi:10.5220/0001345303190326 fatcat:lngq6ggauzfdjp4sug53qgekne