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    Identifying Suitable Representation Techniques for the Prioritization of Requirements and Their Interdependencies for Multiple Software Product Lines


    Lewellen, Stephanie and Helfert, Markus (2018) Identifying Suitable Representation Techniques for the Prioritization of Requirements and Their Interdependencies for Multiple Software Product Lines. In: Business Information Systems LNBIP320. Springer, pp. 412-422. ISBN 978-3-319-93930-8

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    Abstract

    Software requirements typically do not exist independently of each other, rather most requirements have some type of dependency on another requirement [4]. For companies developing software products, which depend on each other, in so-called multiple software product lines (SPLs), systematic requirements management, including consideration for prioritization and inter‐ dependencies, is a time-consuming and convoluted task. Representation techniques for complex requirements can convey critical requirements interdependency information to make prioritization of requirements quicker and more accurate [1]. Based on reviewing the foremost literature, this paper identifies the representation techniques for requirements management which are most suitable for multiple software product lines (SPLs)

    Item Type: Book Section
    Keywords: Requirements; Prioritization; Multiple software product lines Interdependencies;
    Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > Research Institutes > Innovation Value Institute, IVI
    Faculty of Social Sciences > School of Business
    Item ID: 16025
    Identification Number: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-93931-5
    Depositing User: Markus Helfert
    Date Deposited: 31 May 2022 12:36
    Publisher: Springer
    Refereed: Yes
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