Alocada, Andres, Ayroso, Buenviaje, Cayab, Chua, Garbes, Gopez, Ko, Macanaya, Yap

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Alocada, Andres, Ayroso, Buenviaje, Cayab, Chua, Garbes, Gopez, Ko, Macanaya, Yap

  1. 1. Requirements Gathering Technique<br />Submitted by:<br />Alocada, Ramz <br />Andres, Raymond <br />Ayroso, Aaron<br />Buenviaje, Brenth<br />Cayab, Formina<br />Chua, Lerizza<br />Garbes, Jad<br />Gopez, Joanna<br />Ko, Roseann<br />Macnaya, Deemcey<br />Yap, Miguel<br />Sysades<br />Mr. J.J Sale<br />Oct. 23, 2009<br />
  2. 2. BRAINSTORMING<br />Brainstorming is when people are formed in a group to share and generate new ideas.<br />Each idea presented will be carefully scrutinized by indicating the benefits, feasibility, etc.<br />It is a way for people to find solutions to problems.<br />
  3. 3. DOCUMENT ANALYSIS<br />This is a gathering technique where past documentations are being reviewed.<br />Professionals do this to prevent from committing the same mistakes and innovate past ideas.<br />Can be a basis for validation<br />
  4. 4. FOCUS GROUP<br />The focus group can be usually seen in meetings.<br />It’s where representatives gather to give feedback.<br />
  5. 5. INTERFACE ANALYSIS<br />This stage enables system analysts to review the look of the system and its functionality<br />Reviewing the touch points<br />
  6. 6. INTERVIEW<br />Inquiring other person for data.<br />Gathering vital information through the use of guide questions<br />
  7. 7. OBSERVATION<br />Looking into subjects and their behavior in their natural habitats<br />
  8. 8. PROTOTYPING<br />Sketching interfaces and using story boards in explaining.<br />
  9. 9. REQUIREMENTS WORKSHOP<br />Usually done by a facilitator and a scribe and presenting static and activity diagrams to indicated whether you’re doing a good or bad job. <br />
  10. 10. REVERSE ENGINEERING<br />Dealing with the last option you have as other options have been tried.<br />
  11. 11. SURVEY<br />Gathering data through questionnaires to determine what is more appealing to the people.<br />

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