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Stakeholder identification in the requirements engineering process
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  • Authors:
    Sharp H, Finkelstein A, Galal G
  • Publisher:
    IEEE Computer Society Press
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  • Pagination:
    387, 391
  • Book title:
    Proceedings of 10th International Workshop on Database & Expert Systems Applications (DEXA)
  • Notes:
    Stakeholder identification in the requirements engineering process 54513 10.1109/DEXA.1999.795198 Imported via OAI, 7:29:01 5th Jul 2005
Adequate, timely and effective consultation of relevant stakeholders is of paramount importance in the requirements engineering process. However, the thorny issue of making sure that all relevant stakeholders are consulted has received less attention than other areas which depend on it, such as scenario-based requirements, involving users in development, negotiating between different viewpoints and so on. The literature suggests examples of stakeholders, and categories of stakeholder, but does not provide help in identifying stakeholders for a specific system. In this paper, we discuss current work in stakeholder identification, propose an approach to identifying relevant stakeholders for a specific system, and propose future directions for the work.
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