Towards Ontology-based SQA Recommender for Agile SoftwareDevelopment

@article{Bajnaid2015TowardsOS,
  title={Towards Ontology-based SQA Recommender for Agile SoftwareDevelopment},
  author={Nada Bajnaid and Rachid Benlamri and Algirdas Pakstas and Shahram Salekzamankhani},
  journal={Journal of Information Technology \& Software Engineering},
  year={2015},
  volume={2015},
  pages={1-14}
}
Agility is heavily dependent on tacit knowledge, skilled and motivated employees, and frequent communications. Although, the Agile Manifesto claims fast and light software development process while maintaining high quality, it is however not very clear how current agile practices and methods attain quality under time pressure and unstable requirements. In this paper, we present an ontological approach for process-driven Quality Assurance support for agile software development. Challenges… 

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