Requirements Engineering and Downstream Software Development: Findings from a Case Study

@article{Damian2005RequirementsEA,
  title={Requirements Engineering and Downstream Software Development: Findings from a Case Study},
  author={Daniela E. Damian and James Chisan and Lakshminarayanan Vaidyanathasamy and Yogendra Pal},
  journal={Empirical Software Engineering},
  year={2005},
  volume={10},
  pages={255-283}
}
Requirements management is being recognized as one of the most important albeit difficult phases in software engineering. The literature repeatedly cites the role of well-defined requirements and requirements management process in problem analysis and project management as benefiting software development throughout the life cycle: during design, coding, testing, maintenance and documentation of software. This paper reports on the findings of an investigation into industrial practice of… CONTINUE READING
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