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Eliciting requirements by analysing threats caused by users

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2 Author(s)
Ivankina, E. ; Dept. Syst. d''Inf. et de Decision, ESSEC, Pontoise, France ; Salinesi, C.

Eliciting requirements is an important issue of system development projects. Some approaches propose to identify requirements by analysing system malfunctioning. Different sources of malfunctioning are dealt with by these approaches: obstacles, conflicts, risks, etc. Our proposal is to analyse each of these sources of malfunctioning using a single notion that we call "threat". We propose to use this notion in a method that guides the identification and analysing of each of these sources of malfunctioning. The method helps eliciting requirements to prevent the threat. A threat is defined by a number of variables. This paper presents a literature review of all threats that relate to users. The review is based on a framework that includes several perspectives to analyse user error. The user threats is part of a global threats classification that also covers hardware, environment, design and project types of threats.

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Software Engineering Research, Management and Applications, 2005. Third ACIS International Conference on

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11-13 Aug. 2005

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