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User-intimate requirements hierarchy resolution framework (UI-REF)

Badii, A. (2008) User-intimate requirements hierarchy resolution framework (UI-REF). In: AmI-08: Second European Conference on Ambient Intelligence, Nuremberg, Germany.

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Abstract. This paper presents the User-Intimate Requirements Hierarchy Resolution Framework (UI-REF) based on earlier work (Badii 1997-2008) to optimise the requirements engineering process particularly to support userintimate interactive systems co-design. The stages of the UI- EF framework for requirements resolution-and-prioritisation are described. UI-REF has been established to ensure that the most-deeply-valued needs of the majority of stakeholders are elicited and ranked, and the root rationale for requirements evolution is trace-able and contextualised so as to help resolve stakeholder conflicts. UI-REF supports the dynamically evolving requirements of the users in the context of digital economy as under-pinned by online service provisioning. Requirements prioritisation in UI-REF is fully resolved while a promotion path for lower priority requirements is delineated so as to ensure that as the requirements evolve so will their resolution and prioritisation.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Computer Science
ID Code:14559
Uncontrolled Keywords:User-intimate, Requirements, Resolution, Prioritisation, Framework, Elicitation
Additional Information:Presented as part of the project workshop 'Capturing Ambient Assisted Living Needs'.

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