Intrinsic difficulties of requirements engineering 3h requirements poorly understood by the customer, conflicting needs or stakeholders, finding the balance between design decisions and implementation freedom 2. Presentation of the user-centred approach for requirements elicitation principles of usercentred design, participatory design, natural modelling 6H 3.
Presentation of two requirements engineering methods Kaos and Problem Frames 9h Kaos is a goal oriented requirements engineering method, based on the identification and refinement of high level goals until their assignment to software or human agents; Problem Frames focuses on the identification of known requirements patterns, which lead to well-understood solutions.
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Centred Requirements Engineering Sutcliffe Alistair
Taking the characteristics of geo-information systems into account, existing methods and techniques of requirements engineering may be applied for the design and implementation of geo-information solutions. Based on these considerations, here we present a generic framework that can aid geo-information experts, geo-informaticians and cartographers in the design and construction of more efficient, effective and satisfactory solutions.
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Pages Laddas ned direkt. If you have picked up this book and are browsing the Preface, you may well be asking yourself"What makes this book different from the large number I can find on amazon.
Well, the answer is a blend of the academic and the practical, and views of the subject you won't get from anybody else: how psychology and linguistics influence the field of requirements engineering RE. The title might seem to be a bit of a conundrum; after all, surely requirements come from people so all requirements should be user-centred.