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Issue No. 02 - March/April (2008 vol. 25)
ISSN: 0740-7459
pp: 49-56
Martin S. Feather , Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Steven L. Cornford , Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Kenneth A. Hicks , Jet Propulsion Laboratory
James D. Kiper , Miami University
Tim Menzies , West Virginia University
During the early phases of project life cycles, detailed information is scarce, yet developers frequently need to make key decisions, especially concerning trade-offs among quality requirements. Such trading among competing concerns occurs in many fields, including systems, hardware, and software engineering. The defect detection and prevention model aids in requirements decision making in all such fields. The DDP model uses coarse quantification of relevant factors. Examples from studies of software technology requirements analyses illustrate this approach.
decision support, requirements analysis, requirements elicitation, management, cost estimation, risk management, information visualization, optimization, data mining

S. L. Cornford, M. S. Feather, T. Menzies, J. D. Kiper and K. A. Hicks, "A Broad, Quantitative Model for Making Early Requirements Decisions," in IEEE Software, vol. 25, no. , pp. 49-56, 2008.
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