Author(s): Nilofar Mulla, Sheetal Girase
Published in: International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology
License: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Volume/Issue: Vol.1 - Issue 3 ( May- 2012)
Software engineering research has been, and still is criticised as being immature and unscientific due to lack of evaluation. However, software engineering community is now focusing more on empirical research. One of the major activities within the requirements engineering process is to use requirements elicitation and requirements prioritization that helps to focus on the most important requirements. Requirement elicitation is recognized as one of the most critical knowledge intensive activities of the development of software. Requirements prioritization aims at identifying the most important requirements for a system .There are many elicitation and prioritization techniques available; still there is lack of evidence of which technique to prefer. The reasons could be the differences in contexts, measurement of variables and usage of data sets. In this paper, the area of requirements elicitation and prioritization has been systematically reviewed in order to assess what evidence regarding different techniques exist.
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