When users become collaborators: towards continuous and context-aware user input

  title={When users become collaborators: towards continuous and context-aware user input},
  author={W. Maalej and H. Happel and A. Rashid},
  booktitle={OOPSLA Companion},
  • W. Maalej, H. Happel, A. Rashid
  • Published in OOPSLA Companion 2009
  • Computer Science
  • Current requirements engineering practices for gathering user input are characterized by a number of communication gaps between users and engineers, which might lead to wrong requirements. The problem situations and context which underlie user input are either gathered back in time, or submitted with wrong a level of details. We think that making user input a first order concern of both software processes and software systems harbours many innovation opportunities. We propose and discuss a… CONTINUE READING
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