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Interested in improving your requirements engineering process? Try requirement patterns!

Author
Franch, X.; Guerlain, C.; Palomares, C.; Quer, C.; Renault, S.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
17th International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality
Date of publication
2012
Presentation's date
2011-03-29
Book of congress proceedings
Proceedings of the REFSQ 2011 Workshops REEW, EPICAL and RePriCo, the REFSQ 2011 Empirical Track (Empirical Live Experiment and Empirical Research Fair), and the REFSQ 2011 Doctoral Symposium
First page
161
Last page
162
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/16874 Open in new window
URL
http://www.icb.uni-due.de/researchreports/reportliste/ Open in new window
Abstract
Requirement elicitation is the process of acquiring the system requirements from the system stakeholders. This process is critical in all software projects: if not all the requirements are elicited, or if some elicited requirements do not describe real stakeholder needs, or if the quality of the requirements is poor (e.g., they suffer from ambiguities), the chance of project failure increases. Techniques supporting requirements elicitation (interviews, meetings, storyboards...) are mostly orient...
Citation
Franch, J. [et al.]. Interested in improving your requirements engineering process? Try requirement patterns!. A: International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality. "Proceedings of the REFSQ 2011 Workshops REEW, EPICAL and RePriCo, the REFSQ 2011 Empirical Track (Empirical Live Experiment and Empirical Research Fair), and the REFSQ 2011 Doctoral Symposium". Essen: 2012, p. 161-162.
Group of research
GESSI - Group of Software and Service Engineering
inSSIDE - integrated Software, Service, Information and Data Engineering

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