A CBR Approach to Text to Class Diagram Translation
AbstractThe help provided by CASE tools in the development of software
systems is very important. These tools are evolving by integrating new ways of
making the job of the software engineer easier. We are developing an intelligent
CASE tool that integrates a module that translates natural language text
into a UML class diagram. This translation is a complex problem and it depends
on the user and the vocabulary used. In this paper, we present an approach
based on Case-Based Reasoning to translate natural language requirements
to class diagrams. Our approach enables the system to adapt to the user
vocabulary and the way that s/he models software systems.
SubjectCBR for Software Reuse
ConferenceTCBR Workshop at the 8th European Conference on Case-Based Reasoning, September 2006
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