A Lexical Resource for the Identification of ``Weak Words'' in German Specification Documents

We report on the creation of a lexical resource for the identification of potentially unspecific or imprecise constructions in German requirements documentation from the car manufacturing industry. In requirements engineering, such expressions are called {``}weak words{''}: they are not sufficiently precise to ensure an unambiguous interpretation by the contractual partners, who for the definition of their cooperation, typically rely on specification documents (Melchisedech, 2000); an example are dimension adjectives, such as kurz or lang ({`}short{'}, {`}long{'}) which need to be modified by adverbials indicating the exact duration, size etc... (read more)

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