A systematic literature review about software requirements elicitation

Lenis R. Wong, David Mauricio, Glen D. Rodriguez

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Abstract

© School of Engineering, Taylor’s University. Requirements Elicitation is recognized as one of the most important activity in software development process as it has direct impact on its success. Although there are many proposals for improving this task, still there are issues which have to be solved. This paper aims to identify the current status of the latest researches related to software requirements elicitation through general framework for literature review, in order to answer the following research questions: Q1) What aspects have been covered by different proposal of requirements elicitation? Q2) What activities of the requirements elicitation process have been covered? And Q3) What factors influence on requirements elicitation and how? A cross-analysis of the outcome was performed. One of the results showed that requirements elicitation process needs improvements.
Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)296-317
Number of pages22
JournalJournal of Engineering Science and Technology
StatePublished - 1 Feb 2017

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