BADD 2016 : Breakout - A Research Based Approach for Eliciting Bus Requirements
In software development projects, usually more than half of the software defects originate from requirements gaps.
A software application is a characterization of business processes and the success of its development depends on the level of completeness and absence of ambiguities in capturing its behavior.
This presentation describes a research based approach that captures the behavior of a software application using a model based method that not only minimizes the requirements gaps but also optimizes the quality assurance process in both Agile and Waterfall approaches.
About the Presenters: Dr. Palash Bera and Abhimanyu Gupta
Dr. Bera is a co-founder and CEO of Testing Algorithms. He is also an Associate Professor of John Cook School of Business, Saint Louis University. His research interests are in empirical studies of information systems analysis and design. His research focuses on creating and testing guidelines of structured requirements analysis. He has published in reputed information systems journals such as MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research, and Requirements Engineering Journal. His teaching interests are in Business Analytics, Requirements Analysis, and Database Design. He has recently served as the President of the AIS Special Interest Group on Systems Analysis and Design.
Abhimanyu Gupta is a quality assurance professional with 16 years of experience in information technology industry. He possesses a Master of Statistics degree from Indian Statistical Institute. He was employed with Cognizant, Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys to manage multiple Testing Centers of Excellences (TCOE) and currently acting as CTO of Testing Algorithms, which he co-founded last year. His area of expertise is test optimization using various mathematical and statistical algorithms that make the quality assurance processes better and faster for organizations that use Agile or Waterfall approach for software development. He recently authored the book “We Are All Pokers.”