Donner une autre vie à vos besoins fonctionnels : une approche dirigée par l'entreposage et l'analyse en ligne

Abstract : Functiona] and non-functional requirements represent the first step for the design of any application, software, system, etc. Ail the issues associated to requirements are analyzed in the Requirements Engineering (RE) field. The RE process consists of several steps consisting of discovering, analyzing, validating and evolving the requirements related to the functionalities of the system. The RE community proposed a well-defined life-cycle for the requirements process that includes the following phases: elicitation, modeling, specification, validation and management. Once the requirements are validated, they are archived or stored in repositories in companies. With the continuous storage of requirements, companies accumulate an important amount of requirements information that needs to be analyzed in order to reproduce the previous experiences and the know-how acquired by reusing and exploiting these requirements for new projects. Proposing to these companies a warehouse in which all requirements are stored represents an excellent opportunity to analyze them for decision-making purposes. Recently, the Business Process Management Community (BPM) emitted the same needs for processes. In this thesis, we want to exploit the success of data warehouses and to replicate it for functional requirements. The issues encountered in the design of data warehouses are almost identical in the case of functional requirements. Requirements are often heterogeneous, especially in the case of large companies such Airbus, where each panner bas the freedom to use its own vocabulary and formalism to describe the requirements. To reduce this heterogeneity, using ontologies is necessary. In order to ensure the autonomy of each partner, we assume that each source bas its own ontology. This requires matching efforts between ontologies to ensure the integration of functional requirements. An important feature related to the storage of requirements is that they are often expressed using semi-forma! formalisms such as use cases of UML with an important textual part. In order to get as close as possible to our contributions in data warehousing,we proposed a pivot model factorizing three well-known semi-formalisms. This pivot model is used to define the multidimensional model of the requirements warehouse, which is then alimented by the sources requirements using an ETL algorithm (Extract,Transform, Load).Using reasoning mechanisms otfered by ontologies and matching metrics, we cleaned up our requirements warehouse. Once the warehouse is deployed, it is exploited using OLAP analysis tools. Our methodology is supported by a tool covering all design phases of the requirements warehouse
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Zouhir Djilani. Donner une autre vie à vos besoins fonctionnels : une approche dirigée par l'entreposage et l'analyse en ligne. Autre [cs.OH]. ISAE-ENSMA Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Mécanique et d'Aérotechique - Poitiers, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017ESMA0012⟩. ⟨tel-01591845⟩

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