Toward a text classification system for the quality assessment of software requirements written in natural language

@inproceedings{Ormandjieva2007TowardAT,
  title={Toward a text classification system for the quality assessment of software requirements written in natural language},
  author={Olga Ormandjieva and Ishrar Hussain and Leila Kosseim},
  booktitle={SOQUA},
  year={2007}
}
Requirements Engineering (RE) is concerned with the gathering, analyzing, specifying and validating of user requirements that are documented mostly in natural language. The artifact produced by the RE process is the software requirements specification (SRS) document. The success of a software project largely depends on the quality of SRS documentation, which serves as an input to the design, coding and testing phases. This paper approaches the problem of the automatic quality assessment of… CONTINUE READING

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