Optimizing Agile Processes by Early Identification of Hidden Requirements

@inproceedings{Yage2009OptimizingAP,
  title={Optimizing Agile Processes by Early Identification of Hidden Requirements},
  author={Agust{\'i}n Yag{\"u}e and Pilar Rodr{\'i}guez and Juan Garbajosa},
  booktitle={XP},
  year={2009}
}
In recent years, Agile methodologies have increased their relevance in software development, through the application of different testing techniques like unit or acceptance testing. Tests play in agile methodologies a similar role that in waterfall process models: check conformance. Nevertheless the scenario is not the same The contribution of this paper is to explain how the process can be modified to do early identification of hidden requirements (HR) using testing techniques in agile… 
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