Empirical Evaluation of Two Requirements Prioritization Methods in Product Development Projects

@inproceedings{Lehtola2004EmpiricalEO,
  title={Empirical Evaluation of Two Requirements Prioritization Methods in Product Development Projects},
  author={Laura Lehtola and Marjo Kauppinen},
  booktitle={EuroSPI},
  year={2004}
}
Requirements prioritization is recognized as an important but difficult activity in product development. The literature offers methods for requirements prioritization, but many authors report that practices in companies are mostly informal. In this study, we evaluated two requirements prioritization methods from the requirements engineering literature in industrial product development projects. In the first case, the users of the system evaluated the pair-wise comparison technique [5] for… CONTINUE READING

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