Training Industry Practitioners to Investigate the Human Error Causes of Requirements Faults

@article{Manjunath2018TrainingIP,
  title={Training Industry Practitioners to Investigate the Human Error Causes of Requirements Faults},
  author={K. Manjunath and Vaibhav Anu and G. Walia and G. Bradshaw},
  journal={2018 IEEE International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering Workshops (ISSREW)},
  year={2018},
  pages={53-58}
}
This paper reports an industrial study that was conducted to evaluate whether human error training procedures and instrumentation created by authors can be used to train industry software practitioners on human errors that occur during requirements engineering process. Industry practitioners were trained (using an on-line audio-visual package) to analyze requirements faults and map them to underlying human errors (i.e., the root causes of faults). Results of the study show that even though our… Expand
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