A Value-Based Approach in Requirements Engineering: Explaining Some of the Fundamental Concepts

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Today’s rapid changes and global competition forces software companies to become increasingly competitive and responsive to consumers and market developments. The purpose of requirements engineering activities is to add business value that is accounted for in terms of return-on-investment of a software product. This article introduces some of the… (More)
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@inproceedings{Aurum2007AVA, title={A Value-Based Approach in Requirements Engineering: Explaining Some of the Fundamental Concepts}, author={Ayb{\"u}ke Aurum and Claes Wohlin}, booktitle={REFSQ}, year={2007} }