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  • Welcome and Opening Remarks: "What is the Requirement Process?"

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    The article consists of a Powerpoint presentation on the requirement process. The aim is to explore current practice and research in requirements engineering. It discusses the six questions about requirements namely who should be involved, what do they want, where (in what context) could it work, when should we build it, why do they want it, with what requirements tools, how will we know it View full abstract»

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  • WHO: Stakeholder Analysis

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    The article consists of a Powerpoint presentation on stakeholder analysis. Stakeholder analysis focuses on four questions namely who should be consulted, who the product is for, who is intended to benefit in any way, who may oppose the development. Stakeholder analysis helps to prevent missing whole chunks of requirements, unrealistic or unbalanced requirements View full abstract»

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  • WHAT: Goal Modelling

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  • WHERE: Scenario Modelling

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):35 - 44
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    The article consists of a Powerpoint presentation on scenario modelling. A scenario is a specific sequence of actions that illustrates behaviour. A scenario framework helps us to express a scenario. Use cases relate a system's requirements to its environment. Requirements engineering process must thoroughly explore system boundaries prior to modeling use cases. Each requirement is specified at one... View full abstract»

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  • WHY: Rationale Analysis

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    The article consists of a Powerpoint presentation on design rationale analysis and design space analysis. A representation intended to help reconstruct the context of design activity, specifically to illuminate why it is the way it is. A way to help reconstruct the reasoning behind a decision. Artifacts offer few clues to contextual factors that led to their design. It also discusses the issue-bas... View full abstract»

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  • HOW: Making Requirements Verifiable

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):77 - 85
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    The article consists of a Powerpoint presentation on verifying the product requirements. The areas discussed include: levels, views, groupings, hierarchies of product; quality gateway; high level requirement knowledge; product scope quality checks etc View full abstract»

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  • WHEN: Triage & Prioritisation

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):87 - 101
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    The article consists of a Powerpoint presentation triage & prioritisation. The areas discussed include: Principles of prioritisation; factors to consider when prioritising; estimating cost and value; prioritisation methods; show-of-hands voting; a simple ranking method; analytic hierarchy process; return on investment graph; weighted scores method; principal components analysis etc View full abstract»

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  • The Case for CASE Tools: Knowing What you Want is Essential When Selecting the Correct Tool

    Publication Year: 2006, Page(s):103 - 117
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    The article consists of a PowerPoint presentation on CASE tools. The areas discussed include: requirements engineering; drawing tools; traceability and maintenance; Telelogic RM solutions; Microsoft Word import and DOORS database view; etc View full abstract»

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  • The Knowledge Network

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