Towards an evolutionary framework for agile requirements elicitation

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Numerous reports document difficulties experienced with the development of requirements in software projects. Specifically problems include: developers have limited access to stakeholders, don't fully understand the problem domain and as a consequence, requirements are not well understood. Agile Methods (AMs) encourage stakeholder involvement throughout development however considerable difficulty remains in accommodating continuous negotiation between multiple diverse stakeholders in a given domain. This paper reports on progress to date for developing an evolutionary framework to improve the facilitation of agile requirements elicitation. A potential solution is offered and an initial study indicates positive results. © 2010 ACM.

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