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Towards Automated Requirements Checking Throughout Development Processes of Interactive Systems

Abstract : The user-centered development process of interactive systems is iterative and, during multiple iterations, users have the opportunity to bring new requirements that are very likely to have an impact, not only in future development, but also affect previously developed artifacts. Manual testing of all artifacts when new requirements are introduced can be cumbersome and time consuming. For that, we need flexible methods to ensure continuous consistency and accuracy among the various artifacts employed to build interactive systems. The ultimate goal of this position paper is to briefly present our vision on an approach for automating the requirements assessment using a Behavior-Driven Development perspective. Thereby, automated tests can run early in the design process, providing a continuous quality assurance of requirements, and helping clients and teams to identify potential problems and inconsistencies before commitments with software implementation.
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Thiago Rocha Silva, Marco Winckler. Towards Automated Requirements Checking Throughout Development Processes of Interactive Systems. 2nd Workshop on Continuous Requirements Engineering (CRE 2016) co-located with the 22nd International Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality - REFSQ 2016, Mar 2016, Gothenbrg, Sweden. pp. 1-2. ⟨hal-01712531⟩



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