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SER515 Software Enterprise I: Practice Set #3

Assigned 11/2, due 11/10 via Blackboard submission

This assignment is to be completed individually!!!

1. Requirements Elicitation. Consider the following scenario:
“Your customer wishes to build a new web-based test-taking tool for colleges and universities. The tool will have to support a wide range of subjects (chemistry, english, nursing, religious studies, etc.) and state-specific assessment regulations for privacy. You have in-person access to stakeholders for a limited time at an upcoming academic conference, and broader access to a larger number of stakeholders via email and an online interactive social community.”
For each requirements elicitation technique below, indicate whether you think it would be useful for this project
(write a “yes” or “no” in the blank provided to the left). For each technique you answered “yes” for explain below why (in your opinion) this technique would work well for this domain. For each technique you answered no, explain why this technique would not be useful for this domain.
____No______ One-on-One Interviews
As we have limited time to interact with stakeholders, it would be difficult to conduct one-on-one interviews with each member as the number of stake holders are huge. Also a lot of conflicts may arise due to the individual interviews.

_____yes_____ Questionnaires/Survey

This would be a better option because we have the option to interact with the stakeholders via email and an online interactive social community. It helps to cover broader topics to discuss and also ambiguity in the requirements specification can be prevented. By asking a lot of questions to stakeholders a clarity on the requirements will be obtained.

______No____ Ethnography

Ethnography is not a suitable elicitation technique for this context. Ethnography involves observing…...

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