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Requirements elicitation techniques as communication channels: A framework to widen the window of understanding.
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  • Robert M. Fuller
  • Christopher Davis
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Christopher J. Davis

Document Type
Presentation
Publication Date
2009
Date Issued
2009-01-01
Date Available
2013-11-04
Disciplines
Abstract
This chapter highlights the criticality of communication in requirements elicitation. Using the concept of channel expansion, a broad reclassification of requirements elicitation techniques according to their communication emphasis is presented. This classification is used to develop a model that can be used to diagnose the communication needs in a specific project setting and to provide guidance in the selection of requirements elicitation techniques best suited to that setting. The chapter offers suggestions for the practical application of the theoretic frameworks and identifies fruitful avenues for future research.
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Language
en_US
Publisher
M.E. Sharpe
Creative Commons License
Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0
Citation Information
Fuller, R.M. & Davis, C.J. (2009). Requirements elicitation techniques as communication channels: A framework to widen the window of understanding. In R.H.L. Chiang, K. Siau, & B.C. Hardgrave (Eds.) Systems Analysis and Design: Techniques, Methodologies, Approaches, and Architectures, (pp. 21-34), Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.