A Tool-based Boilerplate Technique to Improve SRS Quality: An Evaluation
Keywords:Empirical Investigation, Expert Judgment, Software Requirements, SRS Quality,
AbstractThis paper presents an evaluation of a boilerplate technique with the assistance of a tool-based prototype in order to improve Software Requirements Specification (SRS) quality in terms of comprehensibility, correctness and consistency. The value behind this boilerplate is to ease the process of identifying essential requirements for a generic information management system and translating them into standard requirements statements in the SRS. An empirical investigation environment is adapted and expert judgment method is used for evaluation. Results showed that the toolbased boilerplate technique improves the completeness, correctness and consistency of requirements in SRS.
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