Effectiveness of Human Error Taxonomy during Requirements Inspection: An Empirical Investigation

@inproceedings{Anu2016EffectivenessOH,
  title={Effectiveness of Human Error Taxonomy during Requirements Inspection: An Empirical Investigation},
  author={Vaibhav K. Anu and Gursimran Singh Walia and Wenhua Hu and Jeffrey C. Carver and Gary L. Bradshaw},
  booktitle={SEKE},
  year={2016}
}
  • Vaibhav K. Anu, Gursimran Singh Walia, +2 authors Gary L. Bradshaw
  • Published in SEKE 2016
  • Computer Science
  • Software inspections are an effective method for achieving high quality software. [...] Key Result Results of this study show that subjects using HET were not only more effective at detecting faults, but they found faults faster. Post-hoc analysis of HET also revealed meaningful insights into the most commonly occurring human errors at different points during requirements development. The results provide motivation and feedback for further refining HET and creating formal inspection tools based on HET. Keywords…Expand Abstract

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