Abstract

This paper proposes a method that integrates goals and scenarios modeling techniques into system project planning and scheduling. The increasing strategic importance of IT demands that system requirements need to be integrated with managerial methods, processes and tools to support their alignment with business objectives. Despite, both requirements engineering (RE) and project management (PM) lay emphasis on the importance of effort estimation, project planning, and scheduling, their applied methods and tools are imprecise and require significant manual efforts. A case study of its application and evaluation demonstrated that the method can significantly accelerate project scheduling production (> 50%) and project realization (> 10%) through automated schedule production.

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Title A Proposed Method for Automated Project Scheduling using Goals and Scenarios
Authors Ákos Szőke
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title 16th IEEE Int. Requirements Engineering Conf. (RE’08), Barcelona, Spain
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Publisher IEEE CS
Month September
Year 2008
Pages 339-340
DOI 10.1109/RE.2008.23
Keywords GRL, scenarios, use case diagrams, project management, scheduling, RCPSP
Topic revision: r1 - 05 Jan 2010, DanielAmyot
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