Experience on Requirements Engineering for Software Product Line

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Waraporn Jirapanthong

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- Software product line has been recognised as an important paradigm for software systems engineering. However, it has been quested whether software product line-based approach is more productive and flexible than a single software development process. This paper thus describes the experiences and challenges of requirements engineering and management for software product line, in comparison with individual software systems. This study was conducted to identify the requirements engineering practices that clearly contribute to software project success. It investigated team knowledge, allocated resources, and deployed requirements engineering processes. To compare two software processes, software product line and classic individual software process, this research conducted an experiment involving three software development projects that have similar requirements and some different requirements.

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Jirapanthong, W. (2011). Experience on Requirements Engineering for Software Product Line. JOURNAL OF INFORMATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 2(1), 41-49. https://doi.org/10.14456/jist.2011.5
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Research Article: Soft Computing (Detail in Scope of Journal)

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