REQUIREMENTS ELICITATION AND ELICITATION TECHNIQUE SELECTION

BABLY DOLLY

Abstract


Software development has many knowledge-intensive processes. One of the most difficult to model, however, is requirements elicitation. Requirements elicitation is familiar as one of the most vital, knowledge-intensive activities of software development; poor execution of elicitation will almost   guarantee that the final project is a complete failure. Since project failures are so out of control , it is quite likely that improving how the industry performs elicitation could have a  striking effect on the success record of the industry. no one has yet characterized a bound together model of the elicitation procedure that underscores the part of learning. By prescribe a specific technique to perform during elicitation; nobody has yet defined a unified model of the elicitation process that emphasizes the role of knowledge. This paper’s focus the basic parts played by information in both elicitation and elicitation technique selection with reference to the social sites.


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