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Multi-Criteria Preference Analysis for Systematic Requirements Negotiation

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Multi-Criteria Preference Analysis for Systematic Requirements Negotiation
Many software projects have failed because their requirements were poorly negotiated among stakeholders. This paper proposes a systematic model, called "MultiCriteria Preference Analysis Requirements Negotiation (MPARN)" to assist stakeholders to evaluate, negotiate, and agree upon alternatives among stakeholders during requirements analysis using multi-criteria preference analysis techniques. The eight-step MPARN model is applied to requirements gathered for an industrialacademic repository system. An initial analysis demonstrates that multi-criteria preference analysis methodology with the WinWin model potentially increases stakeholders’ levels of cooperation and trust by providing a systematic approach to the design of a better negotiation process, as well as focusing on unbiased aspects within a requirements negotiation.
Hoh Peter In, David Olson, Tom Rodgers
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where COMPSAC
Authors Hoh Peter In, David Olson, Tom Rodgers
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