Test-case Driven versus Checklist-based Inspections of Software Requirements - An Experimental Evaluation

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  title={Test-case Driven versus Checklist-based Inspections of Software Requirements - An Experimental Evaluation},
  author={Nina Dzamashvili-Fogelstr{\"o}m and Tony Gorschek},
  booktitle={WER},
  year={2007}
}
Software inspections have proved to be an effective means to find faults in different software artifacts, and the application of software inspections on requirements specifications is believed to give a high return on investment as problems are caught early. However, despite the existing evidence of positive effects requirements inspections are not a common practice in industry. The reason is believed to be the cost associated with inspections as a technology. This paper presents an evaluation… CONTINUE READING

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