Deep Learning Models in Software Requirements Engineering

by   Maria Naumcheva, et al.

Requirements elicitation is an important phase of any software project: the errors in requirements are more expensive to fix than the errors introduced at later stages of software life cycle. Nevertheless, many projects do not devote sufficient time to requirements. Automated requirements generation can improve the quality of software projects. In this article we have accomplished the first step of the research on this topic: we have applied the vanilla sentence autoencoder to the sentence generation task and evaluated its performance. The generated sentences are not plausible English and contain only a few meaningful words. We believe that applying the model to a larger dataset may produce significantly better results. Further research is needed to improve the quality of generated data.



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