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A Controlled Experiment of a Method for Early Requirements Triage Utilizing Product Strategies

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A Controlled Experiment of a Method for Early Requirements Triage Utilizing Product Strategies
[Context and motivation] In market-driven product development of software intensive products large numbers of requirements threaten to overload the development organization. It is critical for product management to select the requirements aligned with the overall business goals, product strategies and discard others as early as possible. Thus, there is a need for an effective and efficient method that deals with this challenge and supports product managers in the continuous effort of early requirements triage [1, 2] based on product strategies. This paper evaluates such a method – A Method for Early Requirements Triage Utilizing Product Strategies (MERTS), which is built based on the needs identified in literature and industry. [Question/problem] The research question answered in this paper is “If two groups of subjects have a product strategy, one group in NL format and one in MERTS format, will there be a difference between the two groups with regards to effectiveness and efficie...
Mahvish Khurum, Tony Gorschek, Lefteris Angelis, R
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where REFSQ
Authors Mahvish Khurum, Tony Gorschek, Lefteris Angelis, Robert Feldt
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