Requirements for a quality measurement instrument for semantic standards

Erwin Folmer, Dennis Krukkert, Paul Oude Luttighuis, Jos van Hillegersberg

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Abstract

This study describes requirements for an instrument to measure the quality of semantic standards. A situational requirements engineering method was used, resulting in a goal-tree in which requirements are structured. This structure shows requirements related to the input of the instrument; stating that the instrument should be useful for a set of different semantic standards. It also shows that the instrument should be efficient and especially easy to use. Finally there a set of requirements related to the outcome of the instrument, stressing that a high quality outcome is important, including improvement suggestions. Based on this set of requirements a foundation for the design phase has been created
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationService standardization
Subtitle of host publicationProceedings 15th EURAS Annual Standardisation Conference 2010
EditorsJean-Christophe Graz, Kai Jakobs
Place of PublicationAachen
PublisherWissenschaftsverlag Mainz
Pages151-162
ISBN (Print)9783861302452
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2010

Publication series

NameThe EURAS Board series
PublisherVerlagshaus Mainz GmbH Aachen.

Keywords

  • METIS-269534
  • IR-75393

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    Folmer, E., Krukkert, D., Oude Luttighuis, P., & van Hillegersberg, J. (2010). Requirements for a quality measurement instrument for semantic standards. In J-C. Graz, & K. Jakobs (Eds.), Service standardization: Proceedings 15th EURAS Annual Standardisation Conference 2010 (pp. 151-162). (The EURAS Board series). Aachen: Wissenschaftsverlag Mainz.