Using User Stories and Scenarios in Requirements Engineering
|Using User Stories and Scenarios in Requirements Engineering|
|Master:||project within::Information Sciences|
|Student name:||student name::Tobas van Dijk|
|Supervisor:||Hans van Vliet|
In Behaviour Driven Development, a second generation agile development method, developers use User Stories and Scenarios to capture user and stakeholder requirements. At the core of this approach lies a Ubiquitous Language, a small restricted vocabulary aimed at promoting shared understanding, effective communication of and critical thinking about requirements and desired system behavior. Our objective is to test these claims by looking if applying User Stories and Scenarios can assist in early detection of flaws in requirement specifications.