There's never enough time: Doing requirements under resource constraints, and what requirements engineering can learn from agile development

@article{Waldmann2011TheresNE,
  title={There's never enough time: Doing requirements under resource constraints, and what requirements engineering can learn from agile development},
  author={Bernd Waldmann},
  journal={2011 IEEE 19th International Requirements Engineering Conference},
  year={2011},
  pages={301-305}
}
While Requirements Engineering textbooks state that a requirements specification must be complete, in real-life projects we are always starting too late, with too few resources, so we can't do everything. The software development community has solved a similar problem (not having enough resources to implement everything that was asked for) by introducing agile development methods, which offer ways of segmenting the overall project, and choosing which parts to allocate resources to. This paper… CONTINUE READING

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