A Strategy of Requirements Engineering for Informally Structured Domains

  • Karla Olmos-Sánchez Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
  • Jorge Rodas-Osollo Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
Keywords: Software Engineering, Requirements Engineering


Eliciting sufficient high-quality knowledge from individuals to build a robust and useful Artificial Intelligence or Intelligent System solution is a very time-consuming and expensive activity, especially in domains where the knowledge is informal, partial, incomplete, implicit, tacit and unstructured. Moreover, in order to develop a solution, a systematic way to incorporate the elicited knowledge into a specification is necessary. The goal of this thesis is to develop a strategy oriented to the transfer and transformation of knowledge with the aim of eliciting and structuring the most quantity of domain knowledge, either tacit or explicit; then incorporate it into a specification that covers the needs and expectations of domain specialists. The application of the strategy in real informally structured domain cases provides empirical insights about its usefulness and value.

How to Cite
Olmos-Sánchez, K., & Rodas-Osollo, J. (2016). A Strategy of Requirements Engineering for Informally Structured Domains. International Journal of Combinatorial Optimization Problems and Informatics, 7(2), 49-56. Retrieved from https://ijcopi.org/ojs/article/view/39
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