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||Business Requirement Negotiation based on Generalized Requirement Approach (GRA)
||ICIST 2014 Proceedings Vol.1
Business software development is based on the specific business requirements that are collected during requirement negotiation process. Gathering business requirements, when final product requirements are dictated by known client, can be a difficult process. An idea about new business product can be obscure, and described by general terms that contributes very much common misunderstandings. Business requirement verification accomplished by using text and graphics, and manual review processes, can be slow, error prone and expensive. Misunderstandings and omitted requirements affect future software product. This research work proposes new approach to requirement negotiation, the Generalized Requirement Approach (GRA) and is focused on demonstration of business requirement during requirement negotiation process. The process of the business requirement negotiation is guided by the set of predefined objects that store requirement description in the common repository, in the structured text format. The objects attributes and properties are guidelines for specifying sufficient level of requirement details for generating source code that is used for requirement demonstration. The source code and executables are generated without manual programming.
Bulajić, A. Business Requirement Negotiation based on Generalized Requirement Approach (GRA). In:
ICIST 2014 Proceedings Vol.1, pp.4-9, Belgrade, Serbia, 2014
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