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Requirement Documents that Win the Race : Not Overweight or Emaciated but Powerful and in Shape

@inproceedings{Kohler2002RequirementDT,
  title={Requirement Documents that Win the Race : Not Overweight or Emaciated but Powerful and in Shape},
  author={Kirstin Kohler and Barbara Paech},
  year={2002}
}
Time-constrained projects ask for requirements approaches that are agile, i.e. adapted to the project needs and without comprehensive documentation. But how can this be achieved? Our approach provides the steps toward the solution of this question. It supports the identification of the essential content of the requirements document as well as the selection of the appropriate modeling technique. The essential content is determined by conducting a systematic risk analysis, which allows… Expand

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