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Requirement Engineering Process in Agile Software Development: Review

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Computer Sciences Bahria University E-8 Shangrilla Road Islamabad, 44000, PAKISTAN
  • 2Department of Computer Sciences Bahria University E-8 Shangrilla Road Islamabad, 44000, PAKISTAN

Res. J. Computer & IT Sci., Volume 2, Issue (5), Pages 1-15, December,20 (2014)

Abstract

Agile has gained a lot of popularity nowadays and have become a major source of money for lots of organizations. We have compared traditional requirement engineering approaches and agile requirement engineering. In addition to this, discussion over here revolves around agile methodologies, requirement-engineering approaches, and how we perform traditional requirement engineering in agile software development. On basis of literature, requirement-engineering is discussed in detail in both traditional and agile software developments along with benefits and challenges and in addition to this, improvements/proposed ideas needed application of Agile in distributed development environments are proposed effectively.

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