Assessment of Requirement Elicitation Tools and Techniques by Various Parameters
Software Engineering
Volume 3, Issue 2, March 2015, Pages: 7-11
Received: Jul. 2, 2014; Accepted: Jun. 29, 2015; Published: Jul. 9, 2015
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Mateen Ahmed Abbasi, PMAS-University of Arid Agriculture, UIIT Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Javeria Jabeen, PMAS-University of Arid Agriculture, UIIT Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Yasir Hafeez, PMAS-University of Arid Agriculture, UIIT Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Dur-e-Benish Batool, PMAS-University of Arid Agriculture, UIIT Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Naila Fareen, PMAS-University of Arid Agriculture, UIIT Rawalpindi, Pakistan
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Abstract
Software development cycle is based on the software requirements. Requirement elicitation is first and most important activity in the requirement engineering. If the requirements are efficiently elicited and managed then the stakeholders application can be accomplished within time and budget. If the requirements are not complete, consistent and correct then projects fail because they not meet the user needs. Requirement is define as the needs of customer. Requirement elicitation techniques and tools are used for correct and complete requirement gathering. Many requirement elicitation techniques and tools are available. This study based on the understanding of requirement gathering techniques and tools. The paper also summarizes the comparison of the requirement elicitation techniques and software requirement tools. Comparison of requirement elicitation techniques and tools are based on the various parameters.
Keywords
Software Requirement Engineering, Requirement Elicitation, Requirement Tools
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Mateen Ahmed Abbasi, Javeria Jabeen, Yasir Hafeez, Dur-e-Benish Batool, Naila Fareen, Assessment of Requirement Elicitation Tools and Techniques by Various Parameters, Software Engineering. Vol. 3, No. 2, 2015, pp. 7-11. doi: 10.11648/j.se.20150302.11
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