Recognition of Hidden Factors in Requirements Prioritization Using Factor Analysis

@article{Marjaie2010RecognitionOH,
  title={Recognition of Hidden Factors in Requirements Prioritization Using Factor Analysis},
  author={Seyed Ali Marjaie and Vasundhara Kulkarni},
  journal={2010 International Conference on Computational Intelligence and Software Engineering},
  year={2010},
  pages={1-5}
}
Requirements prioritization is one of the important activities in the requirements engineering process, which aims in identifying the most fitting requirements for a specific release of a system. In order to systematically perform this activity, many approaches have been introduced so far. Most of these prioritization techniques are based on the attributes such as value, cost, and risk. We believe that there are several other unobserved factors in the requirements prioritization process, which… CONTINUE READING

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