Ch. 5: Trawling for Reqs.

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Ch. 5: Trawling for Reqs.
Ch. 5: Trawling for Reqs.
So, what did you learn
about trawling for
requirements,
from Chapter 5 in the
textbook?
Chapter 5 notes -- 1
What are the main roles of a
requirements analyst?
Who is the requirements
analyst (who plays those
roles)?
Kinds of requirements?
Conscious
Unconscious
Undreamed-of
Chapter 5 notes -- 2
Trawling and business use
cases?
What do you do with
them?
Why model the current
situation (or system), if
there is one?
What is apprenticing?
Also known as
“ethnography”
!"#$% -- folk/people
&'()* -- to write
Observing structures and
patterns?
Chapter 5 notes -- 3
Interviewing stakeholders
Pitfalls?
Guidelines?
NLP patterns?
Unspecified noun
Unspecified verb
Comparison
Judgment
Generalization
Universal quantifiers
Nominalization
Chapter 5 notes -- 4
Getting to the essence of the
work
Danger of making a piece
of technology a
requirement?
Avoiding
preconceptions?
Solving the right problem
Innovation
What does that have to
do with requirements?
Chapter 5 notes -- 5
Business use case
workshops
Outcome
Scenarios
Business rules
Creativity workshops?
When? How?
Brainstorming
How?
Personas
What are they?
How used?
Mind maps
You use them?
Chapter 5 notes -- 6
Wallpaper?
Video and photographs?
How can they be used?
Wikis, blogs, discussion
forums?
Document archeology?
Viewpoints
How it is
What it is
What it will be
Product boundary?
True origin of business
event
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