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
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.