Writing Coherent User Stories with Tool Support
Writing good user stories for software systems seems to be a hard task. Story writers often tend to mix real stories (sequences of events) with descriptions of the domain (notion definitions). This often leads to inconsistencies and confusion in communication between the users and the developers. This paper proposes a tool that could support writing coherent user stories. The tool clearly separates the domain notion definitions from the actual stories. This leads to a consistent requirements model that is more readable by the users and also easier to implement by the developers.
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