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The Interview as an Approach to Elicit Requirements

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Author(s): Luz Marina Iriarte

Journal: Revista Antioqueña de las Ciencias Computacionales y la Ingeniería de Software RACCIS
ISSN 2248-7441

Volume: 3;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 38;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Requirements elicitation | interviews | techniques | methods

ABSTRACT
In many software projects requirements elicitation is incomplete or inconsistent. One issue that works for this is presented has to be with the requirements engineers use a single method to do it, which can cause a deficiency in the expected results. Among the factors contributing to the success of this stage of the life cycle is an adequate selection of the elicitation technique and other approaches needed. This article describes an experimental study to elicit requirements, in which was applied a combination of methods and techniques, and discusses the advantages of doing it this way. The results obtained allow concluding that to achieve adequate elicitation is necessary to combine several techniques and methods.
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