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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Lean and agile software development processes encourage delivering software in small increments so as to generate early business value, be able to adapt to changes, and reduce risks. Deciding what to build in each iteration is an important requirements engineering activity. The Incremental Funding Method (IFM) partly supports such decisions by identifying sequences of features delivery that optimize Net Present Value (NPV). [Problem] The IFM, however, does not deal explicitly with uncertaintydoi:10.1007/978-3-319-30282-9_3 fatcat:4zka4gm5tjfohkqtpsuz3ylnry