A Survey on Requirements Elicitation Practices Among Courseware Developers
Zarina, Mohd Kasirun (2005) A Survey on Requirements Elicitation Practices Among Courseware Developers. Malaysian Journal of Computer Science, 18 (1). pp. 70-77. ISSN 0127-9084
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Requirements elicitation in any application development has many important benefits. Due to this, it should be practiced in alignment to its objectives. This paper is based on the findings of a survey conducted among Malaysian courseware developers community. The paper starts with a definition of requirements elicitation and a description on how the survey was conducted. This is followed by the requirements elicitation practice as perceived by the respondents. Finally, a conclusion is drawn on the requirements elicitation practices and how to improve them.
|Keywords:||Requirements engineering, Requirements elicitation, Malaysia, Requirements elicitation practice|
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