Morphological Approach in Creative Requirements Elicitation from Crowdsourcing
Keywords:Creativity, Crowdsourcing, Morphological Approach, Requirements Elicitation,
AbstractCreativity is a subject that gained increasing interest in requirements engineering field. Creative-based requirements elicitation helps in generating requirements in original and innovative ways. Lately, crowdsourcing has been emerged in requirements elicitation after realizing the benefits of crowd. Crowdsourcing allows a wide diversity of stakeholders able to express their perceptions about product. However, to analyze the large amount of ideas from crowd would be a great challenge. This work focuses on how ideas gathered from the crowd and then analyzed using morphological approach in deriving requirements for the software product. Furthermore, the involvement of crowd in the approach helps in eliciting creative ideas for producing an innovative software product.
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