A Model of Software Prototyping based on a Systematic Map
Background: Prototyping is an established practice for user interface design and for requirements engineering within agile software development, even so there is a lack of theory on prototyping.
Aims: The main research objective is to provide a means to categorise prototyping instances, in order to enable comparison and reflection of prototyping practices.
Method: We have performed a systematic mapping study of methodological aspects of prototyping consisting of thirty-three primary studies upon which we designed a model of prototyping that was validated through a focus group at a case company.
Results: Our model consists of four aspects of prototyping, namely purpose, prototype scope, prototype use, and exploration strategy. This model supported the focus group participants in discussing prototyping practices by considering concrete prototyping instances in terms of the concepts provided by our model.
Conclusions: The model can be used to categorise prototyping instances and can support practitioners in reflecting on their prototyping practices. Our study provides a starting point for further research on prototyping and into how the practice can be applied more cost-effectively to elicit, validate, and communicate requirements.
Wed 13 OctDisplayed time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change
15:30 - 16:25
Development Approaches and RequirementsTechnical Papers / Emerging Results and Vision papers at ESEM ROOM
Chair(s): Robert Feldt Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
|Why Do Organizations Adopt Agile Scaling Frameworks?— A Survey of Practitioners|
Putta Abheeshta Aalto University, Ömer Uludag Technical University of Munich, Shun Long Hong Technical University of Munich, Maria Paasivaara LUT University, Finland & IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark & Aalto University, Finland, Casper Lassenius Aalto University, Finland and Simula Metropolitan Center for Digital Engineering, Norway
|A Model of Software Prototyping based on a Systematic Map|
Elizabeth Bjarnason Lund University, Sweden, Franz Lang Department of Computer Science, Lund University, Alexander Mjöberg Department of Computer Science, Lund UniversityMedia Attached
|A Survey-Based Qualitative Study to Characterize Expectations of Software Developers from Five Stakeholders|
Khalid Hasan Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Partho Chakraborty Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Dhaka, Bangladesh, Rifat Shahriyar Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Dhaka, Bangladesh, Anindya Iqbal Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology Dhaka, Bangladesh, Gias Uddin University of Calgary, Canada
|Vision for an Artefact-based Approach to Regulatory Requirements Engineering|
Emerging Results and Vision papers
Oleksandr Kosenkov fortiss GmbH, Michael Unterkalmsteiner Blekinge Institute of Technology, Daniel Mendez Blekinge Institute of Technology, Davide Fucci Blekinge Institute of Technology