Research Preview: Supporting Requirements Feedback Flows in Iterative System Development
Paper i proceeding, 2015

Context & motivation: Today, embedded systems are increasingly interconnected and operate in a rich context of systems and internet-based services. Iterative development is one strategy of developing such cyber-physical systems. It enables exploration of early prototypes of a feature in the context of its intended use and collecting telemetric data from test-runs. This is a rich data source that can be leveraged for learning behavioural requirements for a feature. Question/problem: However, we found practitioners struggling with deriving requirements for the next iteration from such test-runs in a systematic and repeatable way. Principal ideas/results: We allow test drivers to add markers when the system behaves unexpectedly by introducing a dedicated feedback tool. Preliminary evaluation shows that these markers lead to better feedback to the development team and indicates a positive impact on the development cycle. Contribution: We give an example, report experiences, and discuss industrial implications of feedback systems and in situ requirements gathering in iterative system development.

in situ requirements

feedback system

requirements and continuous integration

Författare

Eric Knauss

Göteborgs universitet

Andreas Andersson

Chalmers, Data- och informationsteknik

Michael Rybacki

Chalmers, Data- och informationsteknik

Erik Israelsson

Volvo

Lecture Notes in Computer Science

0302-9743 (ISSN)

Vol. 9013 277-283

Ämneskategorier

Programvaruteknik

DOI

10.1007/978-3-319-16101-3_20

ISBN

978-3-319-16100-6