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Autor(en): Méndez Fernández, Daniel
Wagner, Stefan
Titel: A case study on artefact-based RE improvement in practice
Erscheinungsdatum: 2015
Dokumentart: Konferenzbeitrag
Erschienen in: Product-focused software process improvement : 16th International Conference, PROFES 2015, Bolzano, Italy, December, 2-4, 2015
Bemerkungen: The final publication will be available at Springer
Zusammenfassung: Background: Most requirements engineering (RE) process improvement approaches are solution-driven and activity-based. They focus on the assessment of the RE of a company against an external norm of best practices. A consequence is that practitioners often have to rely on an improvement approach that skips a profound problem analysis and that results in an RE approach that might be alien to the organisational needs. Objective: In recent years, we have developed an RE improvement approach (called ArtREPI ) that guides a holistic RE improvement against individual goals of a company putting primary attention to the quality of the artefacts. In this paper, we aim at exploring ArtREPI’s benefits and limitations. Method: We contribute an industrial evaluation of ArtREPI by relying on a case study research. Results: Our results suggest that ArtREPI is well-suited for the establishment of an RE that reflects a specific organisational culture but to some extent at the cost of efficiency resulting from intensive discussions on a terminology that suits all involved stakeholders. Conclusions: Our results reveal first benefits and limitations, but we can also conclude the need of longitudinal and independent investigations for which we herewith lay the foundation.
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