Generating Complete, Unambiguous, and Verifiable Requirements from Stories, Scenarios, and Use Cases

@article{Firesmith2004GeneratingCU,
  title={Generating Complete, Unambiguous, and Verifiable Requirements from Stories, Scenarios, and Use Cases},
  author={Donald Firesmith},
  journal={Journal of Object Technology},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={27-40}
}
Simple scenarios and stories are typically used for requirements engineering in the Agile community (e.g., eXtreme Programming). Use case modeling has also been a popular requirements elicitation and analysis technique for many years. However, stories, scenarios, and use cases typically exhibit a great informality that violates the traditional guidance in the requirements engineering community that requirements should be complete, unambiguous, and verifiable. This is why many professional… CONTINUE READING