What you need is what you get!: The vision of view-based requirements specifications

  title={What you need is what you get!: The vision of view-based requirements specifications},
  author={Anne Gross and J{\"o}rg D{\"o}rr},
  journal={2012 20th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)},
Software requirements specifications play a crucial role in software development projects. Especially in large projects, these specifications serve as a source of communication and information for a variety of roles involved in downstream activities like architecture, design, and testing. This vision paper argues that in order to create high-quality requirements specifications that fit the specific demands of successive document stakeholders, our research community needs to better understand… CONTINUE READING
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