The Application of Requirement Engineering Model in Large Software Development Process


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Requirements engineering is the initial phase of software engineering process in which user requirements are collected, understood, and specified for developing quality software products. The requirement engineering process deserves a stronger attention in the industrial practices. In this paper, we proposed an effective requirement engineering process model for software development that can be used for software development processes to produce a quality product.



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Yanwen Wu






R. F. Tang and X. Y. Huang, "The Application of Requirement Engineering Model in Large Software Development Process", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 267, pp. 193-198, 2011

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June 2011




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