Peters, P.; Pohl, K.:

Proceedings of the 2nd Intl. Workshop on Requirements Engineering – Foundation of Software Quality (REFSQ '95). Jyväskylä, Finland, 12 - 13 June, 1995 : Aachener Beiträge zur Informatik

1. Aufl. , Aachen: Verlag der Augustinus Buchhandlung (1995) (13), 165 S.
ISBN: 3-86073-149-1
Buch / Monographie / Fach: Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Abstract:
As achieving high quality means the realization of customers needs requiremtens engineering (RE) is the most crucial phase within software development. During RE not only the functional but also the so-called ‘non-functional’ requirements of the planned software system have to be elicited from the customer and presented in a requirements document in order to provide the software designer with a complete and correct specification. Requirements engineering is a process during which the user and engineers have to find a way from an initially opaque and diverse system understanding towards a complete, agreed and at least partially formalized system specification. A multitude of methods from software engineering, ethnology, social science, and psychology have been adapted, combined or/and supported by tools to achieve requirement specifications of higher quality. The REFSQ workshop series provides a platform for discussing and presenting such methods as well as their integration.

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