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Although agile software development (ASD) has been adopted in the industry, requirements approaches for ASD still neglect non-functional requirements. Privacy has become a concern due to new user demands and data protection laws. Hence, privacy needs to be properly specified, but agile...
As software engineering (SE) practitioners, we can help society by using our communities of experts to address a software need of a socially conscious organization. Doing so can benefit society in the locale of a SE conference and provide access to international experts for local organizations....
Abstractions are significant domain terms that have assisted in requirements elicitation and modeling. To extend the assistance toward requirements validation, we present in this paper an automated approach to identifying the abstractions for supporting requirements-based testing. We select...
User stories are often used for elicitation, specification, and prioritisation of requirements. There are several user story templates, varying in their structure (particularly, in the order in which they present their elements), and also in the elements they use (namely, some user story...
According to data-driven Requirements Engineering (RE), explicit and implicit user feedback can be considered a relevant source of requirements, thus supporting requirements elicitation. However, limited attention has been paid so far to the role of online feedback in RE tasks, such as...
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