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A Stakeholder Negotiation Process for Deriving COTS Evaluation Criteria
Found in: Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS)-Based Software Systems, International Conference on
By Jesal Bhuta, Hasan Kitapci
Issue Date:March 2007
pp. 248
Several COTS evaluation processes such as those in [4] and [7] utilize a weighted aggregation (or a similar) method to evaluate COTS products? functional and nonfunctional capabilities. The weighted aggregation method uses ? (COTS score * weight of the cri...
   
Formalizing Informal Stakeholder Decisions--A Hybrid Method Approach
Found in: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
By Hasan Kitapci, Barry W. Boehm
Issue Date:January 2007
pp. 283c
Decisions are hard to make when available information is incomplete, inconsistent, and ambiguous. Moreover, good -- sufficiently complete, consistent, traceable, and testable -- requirements are a prerequisite for successful projects. Without understanding...
   
Using a Hybrid Method for Formalizing Informal Stakeholder Requirements Inputs
Found in: Comparative Evaluation in Requirements Engineering, Workshops on
By Hasan Kitapci, Barry W. Boehm
Issue Date:September 2006
pp. 48-59
<p>Success of software development depends on the quality of the requirements specification. Moreover, good - sufficiently complete, consistent, traceable, and testable - requirements are a prerequisite for later activities of the development project...
 
Making Every Student a Winner: The WinWin Approach in Software Engineering Education
Found in: Software Engineering Education and Training, Conference on
By Paul Grunbacher, Norbert Seyff, Robert O. Briggs, Hoh Peter In, Hasan Kitapci, Daniel Port
Issue Date:April 2006
pp. 201-208
In this paper we show how Theory-W and the WinWin requirements negotiation approach have influenced software engineering education in a number of institutions worldwide. After a short summary of Theory-W and the WinWin negotiation model, processes, and too...
 
Repeatable Quality Assurance Techniques for Requirements Negotiations
Found in: Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
By Paul Gr├╝nbacher, Michael Halling, Stefan Biffl, Hasan Kitapci, Barry W. Boehm
Issue Date:January 2003
pp. 23
Many software projects fail because early life-cycle defects such as ill-defined requirements are not identified and removed. Therefore, quality assurance (QA) techniques for defect detection and prevention play an important role. The effectiveness and eff...
   
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