Comparative Evaluation : Implications from the Multidisciplinary Nature of Requirements

@inproceedings{Wasson2003ComparativeE,
  title={Comparative Evaluation : Implications from the Multidisciplinary Nature of Requirements},
  author={Kimberly S. Wasson},
  year={2003}
}
A challenge has been put forth that the software engineering community organize to advance its scientific maturity through benchmarking. It has been further asserted that requirements engineering is ripe for activity in this area. The position of this paper is that while there are very likely benefits to be gained from movement in this direction, implications from the multidisciplinary nature of requirements warrant very careful consideration if value is in fact to be achieved. The challenges… CONTINUE READING

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