Research Findings on Empirical Evaluation of Requirements Specifications Approaches


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Condori-Fernandez, Nelly and Daneva, Maya and Sikkel, Klaas and Wieringa, Roel and Dieste, Oscar and Pastor, Oscar (2009) Research Findings on Empirical Evaluation of Requirements Specifications Approaches. In: 12th Workshop on Requirements Engineering, 16-17 July 2009, Valparaiso, Chile (pp. pp. 121-128).

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Abstract:Numerous software requirements specification (SRS) approaches have been proposed in software engineering. However, there has been little empirical evaluation of the use of these approaches in specific contexts. This paper describes the results of a mapping study, a key instrument of the evidence-based paradigm, in an effort to understand what aspects of SRS are evaluated, in which context, and by using which research method. On the basis of 46 identified and categorized primary studies, we found that understandability is the most commonly evaluated aspect of SRS, experiments are the most commonly used research method, and the academic environment is where most empirical evaluation takes place.
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