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Title: Supporting the Elicitation of Requirements Compliant with Regulations
Author(s): Motoshi Saeki and Haruhiko Kaiya.
Source: In 20th International Conference Advanced Information Systems Engineering (CAiSE 2008), pp. 228-242, Montpellier, France, 16-20 Jun. 2008. LNCS 5074.

This paper presents a technique to check the compliance of requirements with regulations while eliciting requirements. In our technique, we semantically represent a regulation with combinations of case frames resulting from Case Grammar technique. We match a newly elicited requirement sentence with the case frames of regulation sentences and then check if the requirements include the obligation acts specified by the matched regulation sentences and if they do not have prohibited acts. If we find that a requirement sentence does not follow the regulation, the addition or removal of the illegal acts included in the requirements are suggested.
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