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Showing 17 articles tagged with Analysis, Estimation or Prioritization

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Learning from history: The case of Software Requirements Engineering
‘A large elephant is in the room but we are not able or brave or willing enough to point at it’
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ReqInspector
An Approach for the Inspection of the Completeness of individual Software Requirements Specifications by Semantic Analysis of the Argument Structures
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Is there something missing?
Using verbs’ valency to improve requirements’ quality
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When the rubber hits the road
Improving requirements quality by effort estimates
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Challenges in the elicitation and determination of precise requirements from animal stakeholders
How to use requirements gathering techniques to determine product requirements from non-verbal subjects
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Tracing Change Requests
From Requirements to Code
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Biased Toddlers
How bias will affect even the simplest of specifications
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Sharing My Doubts on Shall / Should / Will etc.
When shall does not need to be must
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KCycle: Knowledge-Based & Agile Software Quality Assurance
An approach for iterative and requirements-based quality assurance in DevOps
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How Requirements Engineering can benefit from crowds
Driving innovation with crowd-based techniques
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The Genius Toddler Challenge
How to create awareness for some of the difficulties requirements engineers face
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RE in Agile Projects: Survey Results
Results of research project announced in a previous issue.
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A Finite State Machine Model for Requirements Engineering
How can the standard UML FSM be improved to better serve the requirements engineer?
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Agility and Obligation
Part 2: The Art of Assigning Software Development
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Agility and Obligation
Part 1: Why Fixed Price Projects Fail
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Product Management
Effective product management is the critical success factor to make a product successful – across its life-cycle and across markets.
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Innovation Arena
An agile and collaborative prioritization technique