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An experiment package for the evaluation of difficulties in the classification of user requirements that are provided as user stories

: Maier, Andreas

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Created on: 24.8.2018

Kaiserslautern, 2017, VII, 33 pp.
IESE-Report, 002.17/E
Reportnr.: 002.17/E
Report, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer IESE ()
classification; controlled experiment; empirical evaluation; empirical research; empirical software engineering; empirical study; evaluation; experiment; experimental evaluation; experimentation; hedonic quality; interrater agreement; requirement; requirements engineering; user experience

This report provides the artifacts that can be used to evaluate the difficulties requirements analysts encounter when classifying user requirements provided as user stories into pragmatic quality-related user requirements and hedonic quality-related user requirements. In particular, the package comprises a questionnaire, a user experience quality model, and a template for the provision of user requirements. The questionnaire contains the task subjects are asked to perform. Furthermore, it contains an introduction to the evaluation, questions regarding the expertise of subjects, definitions of pragmatic quality and hedonic quality, and questions regarding the difficulty of the classification of user requirements. The artifacts were used in an experiment described in Maier and Berry (2017).