Student Notes: Requirements Elicitation Reloaded

March 4, 2007 § 1 Comment

This is a follow up to my previous write-up on Requirements Engineering.

Gurkan Yeniceri maintains his COMP 8100 : Software Requirements Elicitation and Analysis documents at this wiki.

He discusses the rationale for the use of a wiki here. COMP8100 is a core component of the Master of Software Engineering program at the Australian National University.

Gurkan’s notes are a must read for any interested student!
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§ One Response to Student Notes: Requirements Elicitation Reloaded

  • David Locke says:

    So requirements volatility gets transformed into wiki churn. Congrats.

    Meaning isn’t negotiable. Assert the utility function and forget meaning. That is IT.

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