Experiences with using ears for stakeholder requirements deve-lopment of the safe integration of unmanned aircrafts in the airspace project

Authors

  • Priscila Renata Silva Barros
  • Rebeca Camurça Coelho
  • Christopher Shneider Cerqueira
  • Geilson Loureiro

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55905/oelv22n1-152

Keywords:

requirements, boilerplates, stakeholder

Abstract

Requirements permeate the entire lifecycle of a system or product, from identifying the stakeholders’ needs to disposal, including verification and validation activities. Therefore, the process for the requirements development must be carefully observed and established in order to ensure that the requirements are complete, consistent, and correct. The use of an appropriate predefined structure can improve the requirements’ elicitation, enabling the reduction of ambiguities and the detection of duplications or omissions. Thus, this article proposes the use of syntax patterns during the development of the stakeholders’ requirements in the context of an airspace project. The result of applying the proposal of this article in a real case was a list of initial requirements in standardized language with their traceability guaranteed.

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Published

2024-01-25

How to Cite

Barros, P. R. S., Coelho, R. C., Cerqueira, C. S., & Loureiro, G. (2024). Experiences with using ears for stakeholder requirements deve-lopment of the safe integration of unmanned aircrafts in the airspace project. OBSERVATÓRIO DE LA ECONOMÍA LATINOAMERICANA, 22(1), 2876–2890. https://doi.org/10.55905/oelv22n1-152

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