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The success of the application of agile software development approaches on building evolvable systems depends on how efficiently the changeable requirements are elicited and structured by software engineers. Current agile methods provide suitable approaches to define requirements of such systems in a systematic and simple way. Nevertheless, the crosscutting nature of some requirements is not dealt with by these approaches. Aspect-oriented requirements engineering tackles the problem of crosscutting requirements, and its concepts can be used to address this problem in the context of agile software development. This work describes how aspects could be integrated to an agile software development approach at requirements level.
Date of Conference: 5-6 Sept. 2005