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A Case Study on the Evolution of a Component-based Product Line

Wolfgang Heider, Michael Vierhauser, Daniela Lettner, Paul Grunbacher
2012 2012 Joint Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture and European Conference on Software Architecture  
RQ3: Which tool features are needed to perform these analyses?  ...  -Which features do change? -Which product files need to be adapted?  ... 
doi:10.1109/wicsa-ecsa.212.8 dblp:conf/wicsa/HeiderVLG12 fatcat:xe6hypyjb5fhpnsdhug75w7fqe

Page 4 of Photolith, ScM Vol. 27, Issue 4 [page]

1977 Photolith, ScM  
School newspapers need more good feature material, but student writers need to first realize what a feature story is, and what kind of approach they should take to its writing.  ...  Straight news headlines rarely make successful feature story headlines. Unlike straight news heads, the feature story headline need not come from the lead of the story.  ... 

An Evaluation Tool for Story-Relatedinteractive Features in Children App-Book

Dianing Ratri, Yoomi Choi
2015 Wimba : Jurnal Komunikasi Visual  
For knowledge base, the study seeks across interactive design field along with children literature and children education field to presents what it needs to produce coding for story-related interactive  ...  feature.  ...  To find out the needs from story-related interactive feature this study focuses on TUI as the object of analysis.  ... 
doi:10.5614/jkvw.2014.6.1.1 fatcat:mjk7dx6b4va7pnwmqk3fiwxbmy

Validating the Applicability of Agile Requirement Generation Model

Mani Sahore, Harikesh Bahadur Yadav
2012 International Journal of Computer Applications  
The reasons of this popularity are its iterative nature, quick delivery of software, face to face communication, less need of lengthy documentation etc.  ...  If such type of tool gets developed then it will be very helpful in keeping track of the user needs, features, stories and tasks. b)There is a great need of validation of Agile RGM on large scale project  ...  Prioritized Features Features Features Fig 6: Feature Development Phase Table 2 : 2 Example for Stories Fig 8: Story Development Phase Table 3 : 3 Example for tasksConsider the story  ... 
doi:10.5120/8447-2236 fatcat:akegvdra35frtexmqvxbw6bq5y

Agile User Stories Enriched with Usability [chapter]

Ana M. Moreno, Agustín Yagüe
2012 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
We discuss what changes the incorporation of particular usability issues may introduce in a user story.  ...  In this paper, we explore the implications of usability for both the structure of and the process for defining user stories.  ...  One question that arises is whether such features need to be explicitly specified and, if so, exactly what information should be listed.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-30350-0_12 fatcat:cnarhc4vjrb3bfs5s2iyxi3rqq

Extending Extreme Programming User Stories to Meet ISO 9001 Formality Requirements

Malik Qasaimeh, Alain Abran
2011 Journal of Software Engineering and Applications  
For software organizations needing ISO 9001 certification, including those that have adopted agile methodologies, it is important that their software life cycle processes be able to manage the requirements  ...  Calculation of user stories priority.  ...  As a result, user stories often represent user needs, which will ultimately include both essential and nice-to-have features.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jsea.2011.411074 fatcat:f4jobesukbbsrgcu75to76n3gy

Page 322 of Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly Vol. 12, Issue 3 [page]

1935 Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly  
The field is broadened by the suggestion that a feature writer interest himself in the lives of unimportant persons — “glor- ify the commonplace”; personality stories need not come from big- wigs or from  ...  Perhaps the most practical hints deal with featured sources. The thorough outline of the local feature run doubtless would unearth good stories and pictures in any setting.  ... 

Personal Extreme Programming with MoSCoW Prioritization for Developing Library Information System

Gita Marthasari, Wildan Suharso, Frendy Ardiansyah Ardiansyah
2018 Proceeding of the Electrical Engineering Computer Science and Informatics  
Unclear clients' needs potentially emerge many changes of needs during the process of development which can not be resolved by using conventional software development methodology.  ...  Therefore, a technique is needed to arrange the priority of software requirements.  ...  Batu State Attorney library application which has been built using PXP is only based on the client's needs without adding another feature that might be needed in the future.  ... 
doi:10.11591/eecsi.v5i5.1701 fatcat:v7nt3homjza35o5he4onewo7qe

Students' Ability in Writing Narrative Texts in Bahasa Indonesia

A Nurjamin
2018 KnE Social Sciences  
Therefore, they need more guidance and practice in making narrative texts.  ...  The result of this study confirms that the low and middle achievers still have insufficient knowledge in writing narrative texts in terms of the generic structure and lexico-grammatical features of the  ...  , in terms of linguistic features of the text, generally, students need to develop their capacity in writing narrative text because of the absence of some grammatical features of the narrative text.  ... 
doi:10.18502/kss.v3i9.2707 fatcat:siiqmddrx5enljn2kp6hiqrchu

Some Findings Concerning Requirements in Agile Methodologies [chapter]

Pilar Rodríguez, Agustín Yagüe, Pedro P. Alarcón, Juan Garbajosa
2009 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
The major difñculties encountered were related to non-functional needs and management of requirements dependencies.  ...  As recent surveys report, inadequate project requirements is one of the most conflictive issues in agile approaches and better understanding about this is needed.  ...  One was that these needs were included into user stories themselves.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02152-7_14 fatcat:tlfmv7u3enelfhopwb7au2gynu

Designing a Free Style, Indirect, and Interactive Storytelling Application for People with Aphasia [chapter]

Elke Daemen, Pavan Dadlani, Jia Du, Ying Li, Pinar Erik-Paker, Jean-Bernard Martens, Boris de Ruyter
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Thus, the goal of the proposed design is to enhance aphasics' quality of life by providing a platform for them to create and share their stories.  ...  Our user studies show that besides basic requirements for medical care and training, there is an unmet need of aphasics to share their daily experiences and activities, anecdotes and feelings with their  ...  This does demonstrate that features should be customizable for individual needs. The first user indicated that she liked the emotions feature the most.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-74796-3_21 fatcat:srmgvldi55go7m7ug6m5a27apa

Children's interactions with iPad books: research chapters still to be written

Natalia Kucirkova
2013 Frontiers in Psychology  
Children's interactive e-books are novel literacy tools with interactive and multimodal representations of story contents and increased customizable features.  ...  Chiong et al. analyzed their observational data along several dimensions, including physical and verbal engagement, story recall, as well as verbal labeling, or pointing in relation to specific story features  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00995 pmid:24399992 pmcid:PMC3871707 fatcat:mjonpjw2c5hsdccucp67rvnydy


Adila Firdaus, Imran Ghani, Dayang Norhayati Abg Jawawi, Wan Mohd Nasir Wan Kadir
2015 Jurnal Teknologi  
stories are not linked to any of the NFR features.  ...  This SAgile feature is under the element of Phase. Then, the Project Manager will pick the developer team, tester team or perhaps design team if needed.  ... 
doi:10.11113/jt.v77.6191 fatcat:xhdnaayquba63ctl3u7jjrypqy

A Soft-Structured Agile Framework for Larger Scale Systems Development

Shvetha Soundararajan, James D. Arthur
2009 2009 16th Annual IEEE International Conference and Workshop on the Engineering of Computer Based Systems  
Requirements gathered for larger scale systems evolve during lengthy development periods due to changes in software and business environments, new user needs and technological advancements.  ...  Therefore, there is a need to further decompose stories into tasks.  Decomposing stories into tasks ensures that the developers do not overlook necessary details.  ...  Hence, changes to features and stories can be more easily accommodated. Additionally, developers estimate the time required for implementing features, stories and tasks just-in-time.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ecbs.2009.21 dblp:conf/ecbs/SoundararajanA09 fatcat:cxb2ejzn25bilkwozl2npbgouy

Page 34 of The Public Relations Journal Vol. 27, Issue 7 [page]

1971 The Public Relations Journal  
We still use it frequently for news developments and feature stories having strictly a local slant. Story Ideas is reserved for items of national inter- est that lend themselves to feature treatment.  ...  need and want on any company or subject is sent to you weekly in the form of actual clippings.  ... 
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