One of the big issues of software development project is overspent and delays. Thus added to the equation is unsuficient quality of expected deliverables due to bad selection of requirements engineering techniques. There has been a method introduced for selecting requiremnets engineering techniques based on the given project attributes. But it produced a list of techniques, which left the engineers to figure out which set of techniques that should be selected to ensure that the proper deliverables can be produced. This paper proposed a solution of the existing method by adding deliverable parameter to the project attribute and implement single solution, that reduce the task of selecting the proper set of requirements engineering techniques. The new method, Advance MRETS (AMRETS) shows a promising results. It reduces the number of recommended techniques list from the previous method into a single alternative set of techniques. It ensures that the single alternative produces all required deliverables and minimizes the number of unnecessary deliverables. This method helps the project manager to do a better planning, especially for the requirements phase.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||International Journal of Advancements in Computing Technology|
|Publication status||Published - Mar 2012|
- Requirements engineering
- Single solution
- Technique selection