Designing and deploying ubiquitous computing systems, such as those delivering large-scale mobile services, still requires large-scale investments in both development effort as well as infrastructure costs. Therefore, in order to develop the right system, the design process merits a thorough investigation of the wishes of the foreseen user base. Such investigations are studied in the area of requirements engineering (RE). In this report, we describe and compare three requirements engineering methods that belong to one specific form of RE, namely Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering. By mapping these methods to a common framework, we assess their applicability in the field of ubiquitous computing systems.
|Place of Publication||Enschede|
|Number of pages||38|
|Publication status||Published - Mar 2006|
|Name||Telematica Instituut Fundamental Research Series|
Kolos, L., van Eck, P., & Wieringa, R. J. (2006). A Survey of Requirements Engineering Methods for Pervasive Services. (Telematica Instituut Fundamental Research Series; No. 2006/018). Enschede: Freeband.