Evolving beyond requirements creep: a risk-based evolutionary prototyping model

@article{Carter2001EvolvingBR,
  title={Evolving beyond requirements creep: a risk-based evolutionary prototyping model},
  author={Ryan A. Carter and Annie I. Ant{\'o}n and Laurie A. Williams and Aldo Dagnino},
  journal={Proceedings Fifth IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering},
  year={2001},
  pages={94-101}
}
Evolutionary prototyping focuses on gathering a correct and consistent set of requirements. The process lends particular strength to building quality software by means of the ongoing clarification of existing requirements and the discovery of previously missing or unknown requirements. Traditionally, the iterative reexamination of a systems requirements has not been the panacea that practitioners sought, due to the predisposition for requirements creep and the difficulty in managing it. The… CONTINUE READING

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