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Eliciting required characteristics for usable requirements engineering approaches

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Eliciting required characteristics for usable requirements engineering approaches
It has been reported that many software companies do not use existing requirements engineering approaches. This indicates that there is room and opportunity for improving the usability of existing requirements engineering approaches. This paper describes a market study intended to elicit a set of characteristics that could improve the usability of requirements engineering approaches. The survey is aimed toward software stakeholders such as developers, designers, customers, and managers at various software companies. The survey results are used to define a set of desirable characteristics for usable requirements engineering approaches and to suggest a set of guidelines that could help achieve the desirable characteristics. Categories and Subject Descriptors D.2.1 [Software Engineering]: Requirements/Specifications Keywords Requirements approaches, survey, usability
Kristina Winbladh, Hadar Ziv, Debra J. Richardson
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where SAC
Authors Kristina Winbladh, Hadar Ziv, Debra J. Richardson
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