Comparing Detection Methods for Software Requirements Inspections: A Replicated Experiment

@article{Porter1995ComparingDM,
  title={Comparing Detection Methods for Software Requirements Inspections: A Replicated Experiment},
  author={Adam A. Porter and Lawrence G. Votta and Victor R. Basili},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Software Eng.},
  year={1995},
  volume={21},
  pages={563-575}
}
|Software requirements speci cations (SRS) are often validated manually. One such process is inspection, in which several reviewers independently analyze all or part of the speci cation and search for faults. These faults are then collected at a meeting of the reviewers and author(s). Usually, reviewers use Ad Hoc or Checklist methods to uncover faults. These methods force all reviewers to rely on nonsystematic techniques to search for a wide variety of faults. We hypothesize that a Scenario… CONTINUE READING
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