What is important when deciding to include a software requirement in a project or release?

  title={What is important when deciding to include a software requirement in a project or release?},
  author={Claes Wohlin and Ayb{\"u}ke Aurum},
  journal={2005 International Symposium on Empirical Software Engineering, 2005.},
  pages={10 pp.-}
The requirements on software systems are so many that not all requirements may be included in the next development project or the next release. This means that it is necessary to select a set of requirements to implement in the forthcoming project, and hence to postpone the implementation of other requirements to a later point in time. In this selection process different criteria are used. In many cases, the criteria are not officially stated, but rather implicitly used by the decision-makers… CONTINUE READING
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