Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Soundararajan, Shvetha Author's Email Address email@example.com URN etd-08132008-193105 Title Agile Requirements Generation Model: A Soft-structured Approach to Agile Requirements Engineering Degree Master of Science Department Computer Science Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Arthur, James D. Committee Chair Bohner, Shawn A. Committee Member Graner, Markus K. Committee Member Keywords
- Agile Methods
- Agile Philosophy
- Requirements Engineering
- Agile Requirements Engineering
- Agile RGM
Date of Defense 2008-07-31 Availability unrestricted AbstractThe agile principles applied to software engineering include iterative and incremental development, frequent releases of software, direct stakeholder involvement, minimal documentation and welcome changing requirements even late in the development cycle. The Agile Requirements Engineering applies the above mentioned principles to the Requirements Engineering process.
Agile Requirements Engineering welcomes changing requirements even late in the development cycle. This is achieved by using the agile practice of evolutionary requirements which suggests that requirements should evolve over the course of many iterations rather than being gathered and specified upfront. Hence, changes to requirements even late in the development cycle can be accommodated easily.
There is however, no real process to the agile approach to Requirements Engineering. In order to overcome this disadvantage, we propose to adapt the Requirements Generation Model (a plan-driven Requirements Engineering model) to an agile environment in order to structure the Agile Requirements Engineering process. The hybrid model named the Agile Requirements Generation Model is a soft-structured process that supports the intents of the agile approach. This model combines the best features of the Requirements Generation Model and Agile Software Development.
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