With the increasing use of mobile information systems, mobile devices are being used for gradually more complex tasks. Therefore it is also necessary to pay more attention to requirements methods for such systems. One way of supporting requirements engineering is through templates for how to write requirements, often guided by taxonomies. In this paper we propose templates especially for mobility-related requirements, based on a combination of so-called requirements boilerplates as presented by Hull et al. and a taxonomy of mobility-related requirements presented in a previous publication by ourselves. The proposed requirements templates are illustrated by examples, and our work indicates that mobility-related requirements specification may benefit from the use of boilerplates as long as natural language remains an important part of such specifications.
Gopalakrishnan, Sundar and Sindre, Guttorm, "A study on Mobile Requirements Elicitation by Boilerplate Requirements Specification Language" (2010). ICEB 2010 Proceedings. 29.