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- Colin J Neil & Phillip A Laplante
- Requirements Engineering: The State of the Practice
- IEEE Software Magazine V20n6(Nov/Dec 2003)pp40-45
- =POLL 194 GRADUATE ALUMNI REQUIREMENTS PRACTICES
- Waterfall is still the most popular life cycle (just)
- But prototyping is popular -- especially for user interfaces. Scenarios and use cases are the most popular requirements technique. Focus groups and informal modelling are popular. Then JAD and other "involve the user" technique
s. Methodologies: "none" is most popular(32%), OO(30%), vs 40% structured: SADT(12%),
- SReM(10%), SSADM(8%), SERM(7%) and no JSD.
- Models: informal 51%, semiformal 27%, formal 7%. Success in 50% of projects. Tho' management felt 50% of the time the project was
either over budget or late or both. Longer (> 2yrs) projects were less successful: over budget , late, less likely to
be easy to use or to meet needs. Quality assurance: informal or formal walkthroughs plus some checklists and/or scenarios.
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