Towards auto-completion on software requirements statements

06/25/2021
by   Carlos Alberto dos Santos, et al.
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As software systems become more complex, modern software development requires more attention to human perspectives, and active participation of development teams in requirements elicitation tasks. In this context, incomplete or ambiguous requirements descriptions do not guide the development of good software products. We hypothesize that the text auto-completion feature improves the quality of the software requirements artifacts. We present the motivation for this study, related works, our approach and future research efforts.

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