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Software Quality Assurance by Bedir Tekinerdogan, John Grundy, Nour Ali, Richard M Soley, Ivan Mistrik

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Chapter 7

“Filling in the blanks”

A way to improve requirements management for better estimates

Luigi Buglione1,2, Alain Abran2, Maya Daneva3 and Andrea Herrmann4,    1Engineering Ingegneria Informatica SpA, Rome, Italy,    2Ecole de Technologie Supérieure (ETS), Montréal, Canada,    3University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands,    4Herrmann & Ehrlich, Stuttgart, Germany

Abstract

Poor requirements management is often detrimental to estimation of project effort, duration, and costs. Various problems in eliciting and specifying requirements during estimation, such as ambiguous requirements at various levels of granularity and limited attention to nonfunctional requirements, lead to underestimates or estimation error larger than expected. ...

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