Detection of Requirement Errors and Faults via a Human Error Taxonomy: A Feasibility Study

@inproceedings{Hu2016DetectionOR,
  title={Detection of Requirement Errors and Faults via a Human Error Taxonomy: A Feasibility Study},
  author={Wenhua Hu and Jeffrey C. Carver and Vaibhav K. Anu and Gursimran Singh Walia and Gary L. Bradshaw},
  booktitle={ESEM '16},
  year={2016}
}
  • Wenhua Hu, Jeffrey C. Carver, +2 authors Gary L. Bradshaw
  • Published in ESEM '16 2016
  • Computer Science
  • Background: Developing correct software requirements is important for overall software quality. Most existing quality improvement approaches focus on detection and removal of faults (i.e. problems recorded in a document) as opposed identifying the underlying errors that produced those faults. Accordingly, developers are likely to make the same errors in the future and fail to recognize other existing faults with the same origins. Therefore, we have created a Human Error Taxonomy (HET) to help… CONTINUE READING

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