This presentation provides an introduction to the modelling of requirements in Gellish. Requirements are typically expressed as text, for example in manuals and standards. Such textual requirements have various drawbacks, such as:
- Their consistency is difficult to manage
- They cannot be interpreted by computers
- They cannot be used by computers to guide designs
- The compliancy of designs or deliverables cannot be verified by computers.
This presentation focusses on the conversion of textual requirements into computer interpretable Requirements Models. Further guidance on the modelling of requirements and the verification of their fulfilment is provided in Part 3B of the Gellish Modelling Method, which is available via the web shop.