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Quality Function Deployment (QFD): an effective technique for requirements acquisition and reuse

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2 Author(s)
Tuyet-Lan Tran ; Jet Propulsion Lab., California Inst. of Technol., Pasadena, CA, USA ; Sherif, J.S.

This paper proposes Quality Function Deployment (QFD) as an effective tool for the capture and refinement of requirements. When applied to a project, QFD will enable its success. More specifically, QFD will: (1) improve product quality by focusing on customer requirements up-front and throughout the development cycle; (2) improve communications between customers, system engineers, programmers and testers and thus contribute to a better decision-making process; (3) facilitate the management of change, through rigorous rating and systematic traceability of requirements; (4) reduce costs of projects, by enabling concurrent engineering and by reducing costs associated with late-in-the life-cycle rework, (5) enable alignment between customer requirements, product requirements, and cost requirements (or constraints), and (6) enable cataloguing of key performance requirements, for parameter-based modeling of the target application and systematic reuse of requirements across projects

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Software Engineering Standards Symposium, 1995. (ISESS'95) 'Experience and Practice', Proceedings., Second IEEE International

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21-25 Aug 1995

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