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Requirements lifecycle management and release planning in market-driven requirements engineering processes

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2 Author(s)
P. Carlshamre ; Res. & Innovation, Ericsson Radio Syst., Linkoping, Sweden ; B. Regnell

In market-driven software evolution, the objectives of a requirements engineering process include the continuous management of new and changed requirements in a way that ensures competitiveness in the market place. This paper compares two independently developed industrial market-driven requirements engineering processes, which both apply continuous requirements management using state-oriented life cycle models in the fostering of requirements from invention to release. Similarities and differences between the models are identified, and opportunities of lifecycle-oriented requirements management are recognized. The challenge of release planning is elaborated, with a particular focus on the crucial task of managing requirements dependencies

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Database and Expert Systems Applications, 2000. Proceedings. 11th International Workshop on

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