Security, privacy and governance are increasingly the focus of government regulations in the U.S., Europe and elsewhere. This trendhas created a "regulation compliance problem", whereby companiesand developers are required to ensure that their software complies with relevant regulations, either through design or reengineering. We previously proposed a methodology for extracting stakeholder requirements, called rights and obligations, from regulations. In this paper, we examine the challenges of developing tool support for this process. We apply the Cerno framework for textual semantic annotation to propose a tool for semi-automatic semantic annotation of concepts that constitute sources of requirements.

Extracting Rights and Obligations from Regulations: Towards a Tool-Supported Process

Kiyavitskaya, Nadzeya;Zeni, Nicola;Mich, Luisa;Mylopoulos, Ioannis;
2007

Abstract

Security, privacy and governance are increasingly the focus of government regulations in the U.S., Europe and elsewhere. This trendhas created a "regulation compliance problem", whereby companiesand developers are required to ensure that their software complies with relevant regulations, either through design or reengineering. We previously proposed a methodology for extracting stakeholder requirements, called rights and obligations, from regulations. In this paper, we examine the challenges of developing tool support for this process. We apply the Cerno framework for textual semantic annotation to propose a tool for semi-automatic semantic annotation of concepts that constitute sources of requirements.
ASE'07 - 2007 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Automated Software Engineering
New York, NY, USA
ACM
9781595938824
Kiyavitskaya, Nadzeya; Zeni, Nicola; Mich, Luisa; T., Breaux; A., Anton; Mylopoulos, Ioannis; J., Cordy
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