A Modified Desirability-Based Prioritization Technique for Software Requirements
This paper presents a methodology for requirement prioritization. The approach provides a flexible and realistic approach that considers all attributes of particular requirements and fuses them into a unified metric, representative of all quality criteria identified for a specific software project. The derived quality measurement can be used as the main metric for requirements prioritization. The methodology addresses flaws from previous work and provides mechanisms for improving its suitability for practical applications. Software is continuing to become an increasingly integral part of day-to-day life.