Adding Threat During Software Requirements Elicitation and Prioritization

Requirements may be defined as a demand or need. In software engineering, a requirement is a description of what a system should do. System may have dozen to thousands of requirements. Software requirements stipulate what must be accomplished, transformed, produced or provided. In the field of software engineering researchers, academicians and scientist have developed many models and framework to elicit and prioritize the software requirements. It is well documented that requirement engineering saves money. There are several techniques to elicit the software requirements like JAD, misuse, RAD etc. In this paper, the authors have used the JAD approach to elicit the software requirements. In this paper they have proposed a framework to elicit the software requirements and also to prioritize the software requirements.

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications Topic: Software Date Added: Nov 2010 Format: PDF

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