Evaluating Defect Detection Techniques for Software Requirements Inspections

@inproceedings{Lanubile2000EvaluatingDD,
  title={Evaluating Defect Detection Techniques for Software Requirements Inspections},
  author={Filippo Lanubile and Giuseppe Visaggio},
  year={2000}
}
Perspective-Based Reading (PBR) is a family of defect detection techniques which have been proposed to improve the effectiveness of software requirements inspections. PBR drives individual document reading by means of perspectivedependent procedural scenarios, which are different for each inspector in the team. Based on the former PBR experiments, we present a controlled experiment with more than one hundred undergraduate students who conducted software inspections as part of a university… CONTINUE READING

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