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REQUIREMENT ENGINEERING: A REVIEW

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Author(s): Bhawna | Sanjay Kumar | Amita Dhankar

Journal: International Journal of Computer Science and Management Studies
ISSN 2231-5268

Volume: 12;
Issue: 03;
Start page: 161;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: Requirement Engineering | Tools of

ABSTRACT
Requirement Engineering acts as foundation for any software and is one of the most important tasks. Entire software is supported by four pillars of requirement engineering processes. Goal-oriented requirements engineering is concerned with the use of goals for eliciting, elaborating, structuring, specifying, analyzing, negotiating, documenting, and modifying requirements. This areahas received increasing attention over the past few years.The paper has highlighted requirement engineering challenges encountered in development of software applications Comprehending stakeholder’s needs; incomplete and inconsistent process description;verification and validation of requirements; classification and modeling of extensive data; are foremost challenges faced during requirement engineering. Recent attempts by the RE researchcommunity to address this issue include cumulative knowledge studies to describe the current state of RE research and the establishment of a new conference dedicated to the comparative evaluation of RE. During the period 2001-2005 there was only an incrementaldevelopment of RE research without any radical theoretical contributions to its body of knowledge. The paper also poses a challenge for the RE research community to respond to the dramatic changes in the social and business world.
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