Using non-functional requirements templates for elicitation: A case study

@article{Kopczynska2014UsingNR,
  title={Using non-functional requirements templates for elicitation: A case study},
  author={Sylwia Kopczynska and Jerzy R. Nawrocki},
  journal={2014 IEEE 4th International Workshop on Requirements Patterns (RePa)},
  year={2014},
  pages={47-54}
}
It is still an open question how to achieve a proper balance between the cost and value of requirements elicitation. When deciding to assign time and other resources to elicitation, one needs to know what its effectives would be. In the paper we investigate the Structured Elicitation of Non-functional Require-ments(SENoR) method. The method is composed of a sequence of short brainstorming sessions driven by ISO25010 quality characteristics. It uses Non-functional Requirements Templates (NoRTs… CONTINUE READING
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