Decoupled Model-Based Elicitation of Stakeholder Scenarios (bibtex)
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Abstract:
Requirements engineers iteratively elicit scenarios by capturing and combining individual stakeholder perspectives into a consistent overall scenario model. This model has to be validated to exclude elicitation errors and check whether all alternatives are covered. While involving all stakeholders at once is considered beneficial, it is usually not feasible due to scheduling and resource constraints. Consequently, techniques that permit all stakeholders to be involved in the elicitation and validation independently, i.e., temporally and locally decoupled, are required. In this paper, we present an approach that enables stakeholders to participate in the elicitation of their collaborative scenarios remotely and decoupled from other stakeholders. The resulting fragmentation of the elicited scenarios is overcome by allowing stakeholders to express their expectation on how a scenario is usually complemented by activities of other stakeholders. Our approach systematically combines these decoupled perspectives to establish the overall scenario model.
Reference:
Decoupled Model-Based Elicitation of Stakeholder Scenarios (Gregor Gabrysiak, Regina Hebig, Holger Giese), In Proc. of the Seventh International Conference on Software Engineering Advances, IARIA, 2012.
Bibtex Entry:
@InProceedings{GHG12---DecoupledModel-BasedElicitation,
AUTHOR = {Gabrysiak, Gregor and Hebig, Regina and Giese, Holger},
TITLE = {{Decoupled Model-Based Elicitation of Stakeholder Scenarios}},
YEAR = {2012},
MONTH = {November},
BOOKTITLE = {Proc. of the Seventh International Conference on Software Engineering Advances},
ADDRESS = {Lisbon, Portugal},
PUBLISHER = {IARIA  },
ABSTRACT = {Requirements engineers iteratively elicit scenarios by capturing and combining individual stakeholder perspectives into a consistent overall scenario model. This model has to be validated to exclude elicitation errors and check whether all alternatives are covered. While involving all stakeholders at once is considered beneficial, it is usually not feasible due to scheduling and resource constraints. Consequently, techniques that permit all stakeholders to be involved in the elicitation and validation independently, i.e., temporally and locally decoupled, are required. In this paper, we present an approach that enables stakeholders to participate in the elicitation of their collaborative scenarios remotely and decoupled from other stakeholders. The resulting fragmentation of the elicited scenarios is overcome by allowing stakeholders to express their expectation on how a scenario is usually complemented by activities of other stakeholders. Our approach systematically combines these decoupled perspectives to establish the overall scenario model.}
}
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