Rapid requirements checks with requirements smells: two case studies

@inproceedings{Femmer2014RapidRC,
  title={Rapid requirements checks with requirements smells: two case studies},
  author={Henning Femmer and Daniel M{\'e}ndez Fern{\'a}ndez and Elmar J{\"u}rgens and Michael Klose and Ilona Zimmer and J{\"o}rg Zimmer},
  booktitle={RCoSE},
  year={2014}
}
Bad requirements quality can have expensive consequences during the software development lifecycle. Especially, if iterations are long and feedback comes late - the faster a problem is found, the cheaper it is to fix. We propose to detect issues in requirements based on requirements (bad) smells by applying a light-weight static requirements analysis. This light-weight technique allows for instant checks as soon as a requirement is written down. In this paper, we derive a set of smells… CONTINUE READING
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