WIT Press


Quality In Requirements Engineering

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/SQM950192

Volume

14

Pages

9

Published

1995

Size

796 kb

Author(s)

P.D.C. Bennetts

Abstract

The Requirements phase of a project has few metrics available to control its quality. An image of the three dimensions of the requirements phase is adapted to accommodate elements of an holistic view of quality. In its original version, this model offered a purely process view of development. This production view of quality is often context-free and so pays inadequate attention to the organisational or use context. The model is adapted so that the information can be seen to represent a state transition diagram, from which a metric is suggested, although the diagram itself is not explicitly drawn. 1 Introduction Requirements elicitation, occurring as it does, at the very beginning of a project, is difficult to control from a quality point of view. Few metrics, if any, have been identified for use at that po

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