Complex decision-making is a prominent aspect of Requirements Engineering. This work presents the Bayesian network Requisites that predicts whether the requirements specification documents have to be revised. We test Requisites’ suitability by means of metrics obtained from a large complex software project. Furthermore, this Bayesian network has been integrated into a software tool by defining a communication interface inside a multilayered architecture. In this way, we add a new decision-making functionality that provides requirements engineers with a feature to explore software requirement specification by combining requirement metrics and the probability values estimated by the Bayesian network.
Software Quality Journal – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 8, 2017
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