AI Techniques for Software Requirements Prioritization

@article{Felfernig2021AITF,
  title={AI Techniques for Software Requirements Prioritization},
  author={Alexander Felfernig},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2108.00832}
}
Aspects such as limited resources, frequently changing market demands, and different technical restrictions regarding the implementation of software requirements (features) often demand for the prioritization of requirements. The task of prioritization is the ranking and selection of requirements that should be included in future software releases. In this context, an intelligent prioritization decision support is extremely important. The prioritization approaches discussed in this paper are… 

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