AUTOMATIC GENERATION OF UML DIAGRAMS FROM SCENARIO-BASED USER REQUIREMENTS

Author(s):  
Abdelkareem Alashqar
TEM Journal ◽  
2020 ◽  
pp. 1338-1347
Author(s):  
Belkacem Athamena ◽  
Zina Houhamdi

This paper describes the identity management system (IdMS) by defining system and user requirements. Additionally, it introduces the IdMS concept that approaches the things identity management. Moreover, the paper deeply describes the IdMS features using unified modelling language (UML) diagrams such as class, system, and sequence diagrams to show the main system functionalities. Ultimately, the suggested system is evaluated by comparing it with the existing systems and discussing the fulfilment of user and system requirements.


2017 ◽  
pp. 67-80
Author(s):  
Mariem Abdouli ◽  
Wahiba Ben Abdessalem Karaa ◽  
Henda Ben Ghezela

Author(s):  
Lei Chen ◽  
Yong Zeng

In this paper, a novel approach is proposed to transform a requirement text described by natural language into two UML diagrams — use case and class diagrams. The transformation consists of two steps: from natural language to an intermediate graphic language called recursive object model (ROM) and from ROM to UML. The ROM diagram corresponding to a text includes the main semantic information implied in the text by modeling the relations between words in a text. Based on the semantics in the ROM diagram, a set of generation rules are proposed to generate UML diagrams from a ROM diagram. A software prototype R2U is presented as a proof of concept for this approach. A case study shows that the proposed approach is feasible. The proposed approach can be applied to requirements modeling in various engineering fields such as software engineering, automotive engineering, and aerospace engineering. The future work is pointed out at the end of this paper.


2017 ◽  
pp. 67-80
Author(s):  
Mariem Abdouli ◽  
Wahiba Ben Abdessalem Karaa ◽  
Henda Ben Ghezela

2019 ◽  
Vol 299 ◽  
pp. 02008 ◽  
Author(s):  
Miriam Matúšová ◽  
Marcela Bučányová ◽  
Erika Hrušková

Rapidly changing user requirements, improving of quality of life or increased safety at work are allarguments for introducing flexible automation that replaces strenuous or dangerous work. Industrial robots with adaptive directing are now deployed to most industries due to their large range of uses. Theirmain addition for manufacturing is to eliminate downtime of complete operating and manipulating production process, to make easier all particular operation in accordance with ergonomics. The paper describescomparing between conventional industrial robot and collaborative robot.


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