On Monday, we explained the need to make sure that functional requirements are correct, complete, consistent, etc… How can you achieve this?
An innovative approach is to use a vocabulary that has the appearance of natural language, but underneath supports precise (and ideally, executable) semantics. The requirements are easy to understand and provide powerful simulation capabilities. This respects the current industry practice whilst the possible behaviours of the system are visible before it is developed.
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STIMULUS Sales Director at Dassault Systèmes
I have been the Sales Director of Argosim during four years, made sure the startup took off, and joined DS with the acquisition of Argosim early 2019.
I enjoy sharing my knowledge on STIMULUS, happy to solve the huge pain of the guys who write manually functional specifications and also the guys who struggle with the functional tests.
STIMULUS, the first MBSE tool enabling to debug functional requirements, using Requirements-In-the-Loop Simulation.