Implementing item-based collaborative filtering system in requirement elicitation

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In Requirement Engineering, Gathering Requirements plays a vital role in the Software Development Process. There are lot of processes available to gather requirements i.e. Brainstorming, Interview, Observation. This process takes lot of time and effort for the developer to gather and continue the development, and if the requirements which are analyzed are not up to the satisfaction of the user, it will cause issues in end product resulting in loss of human effort, time and cost. To overcome this issue faced by the developers we have developed a tool using item-based collaborative algorithm for users which will recommend users the required set of functional and non-functional requirements based upon the questionnaire given to the user and produce a software requirement specification (SRS).




Shiny Angel, T. S., Madan, K., & Pandey, U. (2019). Implementing item-based collaborative filtering system in requirement elicitation. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(2 Special Issue 2), 230–233.

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