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Web Based Requirement Elicitation Tool

@inproceedings{Krishna2015WebBR,
  title={Web Based Requirement Elicitation Tool},
  author={Mr. Shinde Santaji Krishna},
  year={2015}
}
Requirement elicitation is complex and critical phase in software development. The process involves various activities like acquiring domain knowledge, identifying sources of requirements, identifying stakeholders, selection of technique, approach and tool to collect requirements. Traditional requirement elicitation system may contain biasing. Requirement elicitation using fuzzy collaborative filtering is a novel method that uses the collaborative approach to prioritizing requirements from… Expand

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