Rok Doltar (2010) Applying user stories for requirements specification. EngD thesis.
My thesis describes a variety of methods for writing software specifications with intention to examine possible improvements of user requirements acquisition and software development efficacy. User stories, as one of the most promising among agile methods of user requirements acquisition, are described in greater detail. The course of development with user stories is described on a typical project, that I was working on in an enterprise named RRC. The comparison of the internal method of RRC enterprise and user stories shows that savings in time and amount of work are possible if we decide to switch from the currently used method to user stories, but we have more difficulties solving disagreements with our customer, when he cannot or will not participate in the process. User stories offer by all means a great deal of benefits, therefore their application in practice is reasonable and enterprises should be acquainted with this relatively new method of user requirements acquisition.
|Item Type: ||Thesis (EngD thesis)|
|Keywords: ||software requirements specification, software development, user stories, agile methods, use cases, scenarios, IEEE 830, FitNesse|
|Number of Pages: ||107|
|Language of Content: ||Slovenian|
|Mentor / Comentors: |
|Name and Surname||ID||Function|
|izr. prof. dr. Viljan Mahnič||241||Mentor|
|Link to COBISS: ||http://www.cobiss.si/scripts/cobiss?command=search&base=50070&select=(ID=8066388)|
|Institution: ||University of Ljubljana|
|Department: ||Faculty of Computer and Information Science|
|Item ID: ||1209|
|Date Deposited: ||25 Oct 2010 14:12|
|Last Modified: ||13 Aug 2011 00:38|
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