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January 2015 Archive


Requirements Elicitation Methods
Requirements Elicitation Methods

We will study interviewing, brainstorming, mind mapping, facilitated application specification technique (FAST), Joint Application Design (JAD), and use case scenarios as viable methods for eliciting software requirements. These are some suggested activities and thoughts that are

Tags software requirements, fast, jad, brainstorming, mind mapping

Facilitated Application Specification Techniques (FAST)
Facilitated Application Specification Techniques (FAST)

FAST is similar enough to brainstorming and to JAD that we will provide only cursory coverage here. This is not to belittle the process in any way - FAST is an important part of the software PM's vocabulary because it was developed to be a method particularly for gathering software

Tags fast, brainstorming, jad, software requirements, elicitation methods

Guidelines for Writing Quality Requirements
Guidelines for Writing Quality Requirements

Requirements, generally gathered via many different means, will become specifications when they are tightened up and formatted according to the SRS template, or "container". Clarity that can be imbued at this point will be appreciated later. There is not as much precision in the

Tags srs template, software requirements, prototypes

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