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INTERRELATING AND PRIORITISING REQUIREMENTS ON MULTIPLE HIERARCHY LEVELS

INTERRELATING AND PRIORITISING REQUIREMENTS ON MULTIPLE HIERARCHY LEVELS

Year: 2010

Section: DESIGN ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT

Editor: Marjanovic D., Storga M., Pavkovic N., Bojcetic N.

Author: Eben, K. G. M.; Daniilidis, C.; Lindemann, U.

Section: DESIGN ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT

Pages: 1055-1064

Abstract

Requirements management is crucial task regarding a company’s ongoing success. Particularly in the environment of small and middle-sized enterprises methodologies supporting this task have to be available, which support this task efficiently without unnecessarily committing resources. In this paper the Multiple-Domain Matrix methodology serves as means to guide and support identification and prioritisation of requirements. Moreover, its application leads to an extensive understanding of dependencies between the requirements over all hierarchy levels in a complex product system.

Keywords: requirements elicitation, requirements prioritisation, MDM

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