Supporting Informal Meetings in Requirements Engineering

@inproceedings{Braun2001SupportingIM,
  title={Supporting Informal Meetings in Requirements Engineering},
  author={Andreas Braun and Bernd Br{\"u}gge and Allen H. Dutoit},
  year={2001}
}
Requirements engineering is communication intensive. It requires the collaboration of many stakeholders representing different positions. The early stages of requirements are characterized by many informal interactions, often face-to-face, whose aim is to clarify, brainstorm, or negotiate requirements. Misunderstandings and mistakes introduced during requirements are costly, as they impact all other phases of software development. Hence, it is essential to support communication during… CONTINUE READING