Profiling and Tracing Stakeholder Needs

Peter Sawyer, R. Gacitua, Andrew Stone

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Abstract

The first stage in transitioning from stakeholders? needs to formal designs is the synthesis of user requirements from information elicited from the stakeholders. In this paper we show how shallow natural language techniques can be used to assist analysis of the elicited information and so inform the synthesis of the user requirements. We also show how related techniques can be used for the subsequent management of requirements and even help detect the absence of requirements? motivation by identifying unprovenanced requirements.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationINNOVATIONS FOR REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS. FROM STAKEHOLDERS? NEEDS TO FORMAL DESIGNS
PublisherSpringer
Pages196-213
Number of pages18
Volume5320
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Publication series

NameLNCS
PublisherSpringer
Volume5320
ISSN (Print)0302-9743

Keywords

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Sawyer, P., Gacitua, R., & Stone, A. (2008). Profiling and Tracing Stakeholder Needs. In INNOVATIONS FOR REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS. FROM STAKEHOLDERS? NEEDS TO FORMAL DESIGNS (Vol. 5320, pp. 196-213). (LNCS; Vol. 5320). Springer. http://eprints.lancs.ac.uk/id/eprint/42531