An Approach to Automate Requirements Elicitation and Specification

@inproceedings{Kassel2003AnAT,
  title={An Approach to Automate Requirements Elicitation and Specification},
  author={Neil W. Kassel and Brian A. Malloy},
  year={2003}
}
This paper presents an approach to partially automate the requirements elicitation and specification processes. Because human interaction is of vital importance in requirements elicitation, it is almost impossible and impractical to fully automate the elicitation process. Our approach, combined with other established techniques, will increase the probability that the customer states real and nearly complete requirements. We have developed a prototype tool to support our approach, which can be… CONTINUE READING
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