Towards a Problem-Driven Approach to Perspective-Based Reading

@inproceedings{Chen2002TowardsAP,
  title={Towards a Problem-Driven Approach to Perspective-Based Reading},
  author={Tsong Yueh Chen and Pak-Lok Poon and Sau-Fun Tang and T. H. Tse and Yuen-Tak Yu},
  booktitle={HASE},
  year={2002}
}
The quality of a requirements specification has a great impact on the quality of the software developed. Because of this, a requirements specification should be complete, correct, consistent, and unambiguous. Otherwise, defects may remain undetected, resulting in the delivery of a faulty software product to the users. Motivated by this, Basili et al. have developed the perspective-based reading PBR technique to help identify defects in requirements specifications. c 2002 IEEE. This material is… CONTINUE READING
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