Modern Requirements EngineeringSpeaker: Walid Maalej – Hamburg, Germany
Topic(s): Software Engineering and Programming
This lecture will discuss modern requirements engineering (RE) which is often not called so. It will first quickly review the field and its evolution with two persistent, often misleading myths. The first is that RE is only about talking to users and clients. And the second is that RE is there to replace coding: as with a correct and complete spec code would become obsolete. In reality, RE is in most cases about balancing informal communication with formal specification or regulation and balancing the problem space with the solution space.
This lecture discusses research results and experiences from practice about modern RE. This includes RE practices in agile teams, open source communities, and app vendors as well as modern requirements such as sustainability or accessibility requirements. Particular attention will be given to recent advances in using AI and NLP techniques for handling text requirements, issue tracking and inter-dependencies, as well as user and usage monitoring for Requirements and Quality Engineering.
About this LectureNumber of Slides: 20 - 75
Duration: 20 - 60 minutes
Languages Available: English, German
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