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The Goal- And Process-Oriented Approach in Requirements Engineering (Paperback)
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Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject Computer Science - Software, grade: 1,0, University of Cologne (Seminar f r Wirtschaftsinformatik und integrierte Informationssysteme), course: Bachelorseminar Requirements Engineering, language: English, abstract: The goal of this work was to provide a holistic overview of current frameworks for requirements elicitation. They can be catogrized as goal- or process-oriented ones. For achieving this goal, I conducted a structured literature review and summarized the results within in tables. Hence, this work can serve as reference manual for quickly getting an overview of possbile requirements elicitation approaches. There exist a couple of approaches for the elicitation of requirements for software projects. Usually, it is difficult to identify the most relevant ones in order to have a coherent software development process. In general, it is distinguished between functional and non-functional requirements. Functional ones describe what a system has to do, what a system has to perform. Non-functional ones put constraints on the software, meaning they are quality attributes such as availability and security.