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Using Human Error Abstraction Method for Detecting and Classifying Requirements Errors: A Live Study

@inproceedings{Anu2017UsingHE,
  title={Using Human Error Abstraction Method for Detecting and Classifying Requirements Errors: A Live Study},
  author={V. Anu and G. Walia and G. Bradshaw and W. Hu and Jeffrey C. Carver},
  booktitle={REFSQ Workshops},
  year={2017}
}
  • V. Anu, G. Walia, +2 authors Jeffrey C. Carver
  • Published in REFSQ Workshops 2017
  • Computer Science
  • 1 Introduction Inspections, a proven quality improvement approach [3, 7], are a process where a team of skilled individuals review a software artifact (e.g., requirements specification document) to identify faults. Traditional fault-based software inspections (like Fault Checklist inspection) focus inspectors' attention on different type of faults (e.g., incorrect or incomplete or ambiguous requirements) [7]. Even a faithful application of validated fault-based techniques does not help… CONTINUE READING

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