Automatic refinement of user requirements : a case study in software tool evaluation
Cybulski, Jacob 2002, Automatic refinement of user requirements : a case study in software tool evaluation, in Enabling organisations and society through information systems : proceedings of the thirteenth Australasian Conference on Information Systems : 4-6 December 2002 Melbourne, Australia, Victoria University, Melbourne, Vic., pp. 757-771.
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This paper presents an assessment of system effectiveness in automatic requirements refinement by comparing results obtained from experts and novices with those achieved by the system. As the investigated system was a combination of a tightly inter-connected methods and a tool, the evaluation framework melded together a number of distinct methodological approaches structured into three empirical studies, which aimed at the construction of a case problem domain, calibrating the system using this defined domain elements and finally using the calibrated system to assess its effectiveness. In consequence, it was concluded that the evaluated methods and tools were effective in supporting requirements refinement.
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080608 Information Systems Development Methodologies
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