ReBuS (Requirements Building System)
University of Colorado Arcadia Project.
- Brief description:
Rebus is a requirements building process
combining functional requirements with SREM
style requirements specifications. Rebus provides
support for the construction of requirements as a
hierarchical decomposition of functional requirements.
- Evaluation against applicable general dimensions:
- Availability: commercial/licensed/public domain
None; it can be made available via anonymous FTP.
- Degree of support/maturity/testing/usage:
Bugs will be fixed.
It is generally stable, but enhancement requests will be considered.
Rebus is research software currently undergoing continued
development. No attempt has been made to make it more robust than
necessary for an experimental platform.
- Computing platforms:
It is known to work on Sun 3s and Sparcs.
No others have been attempted.
Rebus has the following known dependencies:
- Language compatibilities:
It is written in APPL/A.
- Openness/integrability/source availability:
Source is freely available.
- Pedigree: ARPA developed?
Developed by the ARPA sponsored Arcadia project.
- Contact person(s)
Computer Science Dept.
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0430
(303) 492-2844 - fax
- Pointers to literature, demos, etc.:
S. M. Sutton, Jr., H. Ziv, D. Heimbigner, M. Maybee,
L. J. Osterweil, X. Song and H. E. Yessayan.
Programming a Software Requirements Specification Process.
In Proceedings of the First International
Conference on the Software Process, Redondo Beach, CA, October 1991.
The Arcadia Project
Last modified: Wed Nov 30 14:40:38 1994