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ACRE’s 6 Dimensions

Requirements for software-intensive systems are complex and varied. This is reflected in the framework which suggests different methods to acquire different knowledge and requirements. Research has identified six facets which inform method selection: 1. Purpose of requirements: requirements can be … Continue reading

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ACRE (Acquisition of REquirements)

ACRE was bounded using a definition which separates acquisition from other requirements engineering activities. ACRE provides methods for acquiring requirements from stakeholders, rather than for mining requirements out of documents (e.g. Goldin & Berry 1994). This is not intended to … Continue reading

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What is Requirements Acquisition?

Requirements engineers face a major problem when choosing methods for acquiring requirements of software-intensive systems. The problem is not that there is a lack of methods, since a wide range exists from the ethnographic to the constructivist. Rather, no guidance … Continue reading

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