Can virtual reality systems help us to design software as we talk?
Automating the task of requirements specification
At a glance
In the context of digital transformation, we work on the
challenge of speeding up the time-to-market of high-quality
software products. The extraordinary value of this project comes
from involving virtual reality systems for requirements
engineering. From a practical point of view, we investigate how to
digitalise the collaboration of local and remote participants
during requirements elicitation sessions by making use of double
robots and collaborative tools. Furthermore, we study how to
involve computational mechanisms for the automatic generation of
software design while requirements are discussed. Consequently, the
software development life cycle (SDLC) goes through a process of
digital transformation where requirements are generated “on the
fly” and virtual reality systems are in place. Software analyst
experience substantial reduction of manual tasks, more efficient
communication, dedication to more analytical tasks, and assurance
of software quality from conception phases.
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