Abstract

Often during the requirements engineering (RE) process, the value of a requirement is assessed, e.g., in requirement prioritisation, release planning, and trade-off analysis. In order to support these activities, this research evaluates Goal Oriented Requirements Engineering (GORE) methods for the description of a requirement's value. Specifically, we investigate the goal-to-goal contribution relationship for its ability to demonstrate the value of a requirement, and propose that it is enriched with concepts such as correlation, confidence, and utility.

-- DanielAmyot - 16 Mar 2014

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Title Analysing the Assumed Benefits of Software Requirements
Authors Richard Ellis-Braithwaite
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title REFSQ 2013 Doctoral Symposium Proceedings
Volume/Number
Editors R. Berntsson Svensson et al.
Publisher Institut für Informatik und Wirtschaftsinformatik
Month April
Year 2013
Pages 207-214
DOI
Keywords Software requirements, assumptions, benefits, strategic alignment, GRL
Topic revision: r1 - 16 Mar 2014, DanielAmyot
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