Prioritization Of Software Requirements Through Hierarchical Aggregation
A fundamental goal of any engineering and software, including, in particular, is to achieve quality products. To meet these needs is essential to conduct formal requirements engineering and especially their prioritization. Prioritization of software requirements is a complex decision-making process. Existing models lack adequate flexibility and adaptability to the explicit contexts of organizations. In this work, a method for prioritizing requirements that uses aggregation operators is hierarchically proposed. The system provided for the consideration of topics such as requirements significance and relativity. A case study shows the proposal's relevance. The article ends with suggestions for potential research that will help to improve the method's validity.
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