Challenging Incompleteness of Performance Requirements by Sentence Patterns

@article{Eckhardt2016ChallengingIO,
  title={Challenging Incompleteness of Performance Requirements by Sentence Patterns},
  author={Jonas Eckhardt and Andreas Vogelsang and Henning Femmer and Philipp Mager},
  journal={2016 IEEE 24th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)},
  year={2016},
  pages={46-55}
}
Performance requirements play an important role in software development. They describe system behavior that directly impacts the user experience. Specifying performance requirements in a way that all necessary content is contained, i.e., the completeness of the individual requirements, is challenging, yet project critical. Furthermore, it is still an open question, what content is necessary to make a performance requirement complete. To address this problem, we introduce a framework for… CONTINUE READING
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