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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 8, August 2016 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Green Software Engineering Adaption In Requirement Elicitation Process

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AUTHOR(S)

Umma Khatuna Jannat

 

KEYWORDS

Software Engineering, Green Software systems, Requirements Elicitation Technique.

 

ABSTRACT

A recent technology investigates the role of concern in the environment software that is green software system. Now it is widely accepted that the green software can fit all process of software development. It is also suitable for the requirement elicitation process. Now a days software companies have used requirements elicitation techniques in an enormous majority. Because, this process plays more and more important roles in software development. At the present time, most of the requirements elicitation process is improved by using some techniques and tools. So that the intention of this research suggests to adapt green software engineering for the intention of existing elicitation technique and recommend suitable actions for improvement. This research, being involved qualitative data. I used few keywords in my searching procedure, then searched IEEE, ACM, Springer, Elsevier, Google scholar, Scopus and Wiley. Find out articles which published in 2010 until 2016. Finding from the literature review, Identify 15 traditional requirement elicitations factors and 23 improvement techniques to convert green engineering. Lastly, The paper includes a squat review of the literature, a description of the grounded theory and some of the identity issues related finding of the necessity for requirements elicitation improvement techniques.

 

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