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How Requirements Engineering can benefit from crowds

: Groen, Eduard C.; Koch, Matthias

Kaiserslautern, 2016, 12 S.
IESE-Report, 039.16/E
Reportnr.: 039.16/E
Fraunhofer IESE ()
crowd-based requirements engineering

Requirements are usually elicited, analyzed, and validated using techniques that are strongly based on the co-presence of the persons involved. These techniques can quickly become too costly and labor-intensive when used with larger populations.
However, automation now enables us to acquire and interpret data from very large and heterogeneous groups of stakeholders, so-called "crowds".
The combined set of techniques for analyzing data from the crowd using text- and usage mining, motivational techniques for stimulating further generation of data, and crowdsourcing to validate requirements, is coined "Crowd-based Requirements
Engineering" (CrowdRE). Three scenarios show how the crowd's knowledge is a great source for helping to define requirements.