Quality Measurement of Functional Requirements (authors: David Šenkýř and prof. Petr Kroha) is a paper presented by David at the 19thInternational Conference on Software Technologies (ICSOFT 2023). In this paper, the authors summarize their previous research regarding detecting requirements smells in textual documents – ambiguity, incompleteness, and inconsistency. Following the previous results, the authors present a metric to measure the quality of textual functional requirements specifications. Additionally, they propose how a tool using nature language processing and semantic networks (such as our TEMOS) could support analysts in their work.
This year, we again attended GO FAIR Implementation Networks Meeting (this time in Hamburg) with our international project Data Stewardship Wizard.Within its Implementation Networks, GO FAIR actively supports the implementation of FAIR principles – Findability, Accessibility, Interoperability a Reusability. The main topic was convergence in terms of finding and reusing standard solutions. The meeting was fascinating, full of exciting information on the border of information technology and work with data in the field of Life Science. From the perspective of our project, this was a great success as we have been mentioned in several presentations by speakers from various major European institutions. At the same time, we made new contacts and started cooperation with others.
During the 13th international conference ICSOFT on 26–28 June 2018 in Porto (Portugal) David Šenkýř presented a paper entitled Patterns in Textual Requirements Specification (authors: David a prof. Kroha). During the presentation, the TEMOS (Textual Modelling System) was presented as a tool processes textual software system requirements with an ability to generate a UML class diagram and alerting the user about ambiguity and inconsistency in the
During the ELIXIR All Hands 2018 meeting, we (Robert & Marek) presented our progress on Data Stewardship Wizard in forms of a flash talk and a poster. The progress was quite significant, our team developed new portal solution purely with Haskell and Elm. It is running and we got a lot of positive feedback: https://dsw.fairdata.solutions
We participated in the ELIXIR-CZ Annual Conference 2017 in Třešť. We presented our work within the Interoperability platform, where we work on the international Data Stewardship Portal project and other projects such as ontology and UFO (A and B) application in the field of bone marrow donation. You can see our presentation below along with the photos from the event.
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Today, 10 October 2017, precisely at 10:10 (UTC) is a key moment for OntoUML. Together with our foreign colleagues, we launched the long-awaited OntoUML.org community portal, which is not just full of useful information on Ontology of UFO and OntoUML (we teach at our faculty in subject BI-KOM, formerly BI-OMO), but it also allows to search and share opinions, experiences and projects. It represents a place where all the know-how associated with OntoUML will be concentrated, a place that has been missing for a long time. We hope it will significantly help broaden and develop language, as well as basic ontology, which development was started by Dr. Guizzardi in 2005.
We already have a lot of ideas and plans to develop and improve this portal, and we will be glad to welcome everyone who wants to work with us and join the community!
The second ELIXIR CZ annual conference will be held on 15 and 16 November 2017 and we are preparing to participate actively – to present our work, which we are doing in ELIXIR platform in cooperation with foreign colleagues. You will be able to browse the presentation on this site after the conference, now you can see the poster of the conference itself (below) and consider your participation. We are looking forward to meet you there!