This paper presents a case study of requirements elicitation for the development of computational support tools at an automotive OEM. The challenges presented in the requirements development necessitated the fusion of three distinct requirements elicitation approaches: traditional design, participatory design, and use case modeling through UML. The findings suggest that a single mode of operation is not sufficient and that to capture the requirements, it is preferred to borrow tools and methods from multiple domains. This case study serves as a broader motivation for a systematic development of engineering requirements modeling and analysis methods.

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