Requirements Interdependencies-Moulding the State of Research into a Research Agenda

@inproceedings{Dahlstedt2003RequirementsIT,
  title={Requirements Interdependencies-Moulding the State of Research into a Research Agenda},
  author={{\AA}sa G. Dahlstedt and Anne Persson},
  year={2003}
}
Requirements relate to and affect each other, i.e. they are interdependent. This paper provides an overview of the current state of research on requirements interdependencies and formulates a research agenda for the area. The research agenda, which is based on a new classification drawn from the literature and intermediary results from an ongoing interview study, addresses a number of unresolved issues concerning the identification, documentation and use of requirements interdependencies in the… CONTINUE READING
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