Requirements engineering for home care technology

@inproceedings{McGeeLennon2008RequirementsEF,
  title={Requirements engineering for home care technology},
  author={Marilyn Rose McGee-Lennon},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={2008}
}
The focus of this work is the requirements engineering process in the home care domain. The overall aim is to design and document a flexible methodology to facilitate the elicitation of complex, dynamic, multi-stakeholder requirements and needs. This paper details the complexity and uniqueness of the home care domain and outlines the features of home care that demand a new or tailored approach to requirements engineering. It concludes by presenting a consolidated list of features that must be… CONTINUE READING
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