Integrating Collaborative Requirements Negotiation and Prioritization Processes: A Match Made in Heaven. Nupul Kukreja Annual Research Review 14 th March 2013. Outline. Motivation. Not enough time and money to implement all requirements
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Annual Research Review
14th March 2013
Value-Based Requirements Prioritization (VBRP)!
Decompose System into MMFs
Decompose MMFs into low level requirements
Prioritize w.r.t. business value, relative penalty & ease of realization(TOPSIS)
Prioritize w.r.t. business goals(TOPSIS)
Ideal Alternative (S’)
Aim: Rank order alternatives by their ‘closeness to ideal’ and ‘distance from non-ideal’
Criterion: Has ‘direction of preference’ i.e. more/less of the criterion is preferred
Ideal: Best score for each criterion Non-ideal: Worst score for each criterion
TOPSIS (Why?) Prioritization Processes:
TOPSIS integrated with Winbook in v2.0 Prioritization Processes:
(1 = MMF has little to no contribution in realizing the goal; 9 = MMF wholly contributes towards realizing the goal. Absolute scale okay too)
MMFs are ‘leaves’ of tree Prioritization Processes:
MMFs Prioritization Processes:
(Similar GUI as previous slide)
: Influences Priority Score
Integrating a decision theory based prioritization framework with a collaborative requirements negotiation and management tool thus provides a rationale-backed prioritization of requirements allowing the stakeholders to channelize their negotiation and development efforts around the most valuable requirements.
A match truly made in heaven…
Thank you! with a collaborative requirements negotiation and management tool thus provides