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  1. Colin Potts & Kenji Takahashi & Annie I Anton
  2. Inquiry-based Requirements Analysis
  3. IEEE Software magazine v11n2(Mar 1994)pp??
  5. Requirements analysis as a series of questions and answers pinpointing information needs. Inquiry Cycle
  6. Requirements documents+scenarios (generic? specific?) scenarios promote the generation of questions+answer+reason and assumptions(challenges). These trigger changes to requirements.
  7. Changes: mutate, restrict, editorial.
  8. Scenarios very important
  9. Effort about the same as other methods

    shortcuts Questions:=( whatis, howto, who, whatkindof, when, relationship, whatif, followon,...).

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