Finkelstein, A; Harman, M; Mansouri, SA; Ren, J; Zhang, YY; (2008) "Fairness Analysis" in Requirements Assignments. In: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 16TH IEEE INTERNATIONAL REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING CONFERENCE. (pp. 115 - 124). IEEE COMPUTER SOC
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Requirements engineering for multiple customers, each of whom have competing and often conflicting priorities, raises issues of negotiation, mediation and conflict resolulion. This paper uses a multi-objective optimisation approach to support investigation of the trade-offs in various notions of fairness between multiple customers. Results are presented to validate the approach using two real-world data sets and also using data sets created specifically to stress test the approach. Simple graphical techniques are used to visualize the solution space.
|Title:||"Fairness Analysis" in Requirements Assignments|
|Event:||16th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference|
|Dates:||2008-09-08 - 2008-09-12|
|Keywords:||OPTIMIZATION, EVOLUTIONARY, FRAMEWORK|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Computer Science > CREST|
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