Mississippi State University
Greenwood, Allen G.
Bullington, Stanley F.
Smyer, William N.
Date of Degree
Original embargo terms
Graduate Thesis - Open Access
Master of Science
James Worth Bagley College of Engineering
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Requirements are important in software development, product development, projects, processes, and systems. However, a review of the requirements literature indicates several problems. First, there is confusion between the terms ?requirements engineering? and ?requirements management.? Similarities and/or differences between the two terms are resolved through a literature review; resulting in comprehensive definitions of each term. Second, current literature recognizes the importance of requirements but offers few methodologies or solutions for defining and managing requirements. Hence, a flexible methodology or framework is provided for defining and managing requirements. Third, requirements methodologies are represented in various ways, each with their respective strengths and weaknesses. A tabular view and hybrid graphical view for representing the requirements process are provided.
Liaw, Judy-Audrey-Chui-Yik, "Definition and Representation of Requirement Engineering/Management : A Process-Oriented Approach" (2002). Theses and Dissertations. 1268.