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Entwurf eines agilen Requirements Engineering Vorgehens mit Fokus auf Gebrauchstauglichkeit für das Allianz Business System

Fay, Andreas

English Title: Design of an agile requirements engineering process focusing on usability for the Allianz Business System

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Abstract

Um einen agilen Requirements Engineering-Prozess mit Fokus auf Gebrauchstauglichkeit für das Allianz Business System zu etablieren, erläutert diese Arbeit zunächst den IST-Zustand. Dabei sticht vor allem die ungenügende Einbindung von Benutzerinnen und Benutzern hervor. Bisher werden diese erst am Ende des Prozesses eingebunden. Um dies zu beheben, werden zwei bekannte Ansätze aus der Literatur näher betrachtet und deren „Best Practices“ vereint. Auch für die Integration von klassischem Requirements Engineering und agilen Methoden werden aus der Literatur die Praktiken extrahiert. Diese beiden Sammlungen an Praktiken sind die Grundlage für die Behebung der identifizierten Defizite, um das Ziel eines agilen Require¬ments Engineering-Prozesses mit Fokus auf Gebrauchstauglichkeit für das Allianz Business System zu erreichen.

Translation of abstract (English)

As a prerequisite for establishing an agile requirements engineering-process with a focus on usability for the Allianz Business System, this paper first investigates the current situation. The main problem found is the insufficient user-involvement. Users are only involved at the end of the process. To solve this, two well-known approaches from literature are contemplated and their best practices are merged. Similar to this, best practices for the integration of traditional requirements engineering and agile methods are extracted from literature as well. Both of these collections of best practices serve as a basis for rectifying the identified deficiencies, to achieve the goal of the agile requirements engineering-process with a focus on usability for the Allianz Business System.

Item Type: Bachelor thesis
Date Deposited: 07 Jul 2010 14:21
Date: 2010
Faculties / Institutes: The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science > Department of Computer Science
Subjects: 004 Data processing Computer science
Controlled Keywords: Requirements engineering, Agile Softwareentwicklung, Benutzerfreundlichkeit
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