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A study to observe relations between software engineers' responses to incomplete requirements and requirements volatility
For high quality software, software requirements must be complete. In practice, not all software requirements are complete. In case of incomplete software requirements, software engineers fill in the requirements' gaps by ...
Incomplete software requirements and assumptions made by software engineers
Many software engineers make implicit assumptions when working with incomplete software requirements. To study assumptions made by software engineers while converting incomplete requirements to software design or to ...
Are software engineers' responses to incomplete requirements related to project characteristics?
Software requirements quality affects software product quality. For high-quality software products, software requirements must be complete. When faced with incomplete requirements, software engineers attempt to fill the ...
An experiment to observe the impact of UML diagrams on the effectiveness of software requirements inspections
Software inspections aim to find defects early in the development process and studies have found them to be effective. However, there is almost no data available regarding the impact of UML diagram utilization in software ...