Rafael M. de Mello, Jobson L. Massollar, Guilherme H. Travassos.
The specification of contemporary applications uses to involve a large amount of information to be captured and represented. The using of use cases and activity diagrams represents a promising alternative whether these artifact´s quality can be assured. However, quality assurance is limited by the lack of software technologies that can support defects identification mainly considering the use of activity diagrams. Therefore, in this paper we introduce ActCheck, a configurable inspection technique based on checklist to support the identification of defects in software specifications described by activity diagrams. A feasibility study has indicated that the using of ActCheck allows the identification of different defects when compared with those ones from ad-hoc inspections even considering the need of reorganization of its checklists' items aiming at to reduce the inspection time.
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