Capturing User Requirements is a research exercise that is undertaken early in a project life cycle to establish and qualify the scope of the project. The aim of the research is to understand the product from a user's perspective, and to establish users' common needs and expectations. The main advantages of a user requirements capture is the saving of time and money by validating the scope of a project against its users' needs and expectations before any work begins. This in turn mitigates the risk of the project launching and failing to meet its objectives (increased online conversion, registrations, visits, etc.). The research will also uncover critical information to improve the end result by answering questions such as; is the current target audience realistic? Discuss why this is a critical step and what common practices impact its success. Include environmental, political and technology issues
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Pfleeger and Hatton (1997) examined the quality of a system that had been specified using formal methods. They found that the system was unusually well-structured and easy to test. They speculated that the high quality was due to the thoroughness of the specification, not necessarily its formality. How could you design a study to determine whether it is formality or thoroughness that leads to high quality?
For your responses it is expected that you provide:* Thoughtful, complete and detailed responses with examples along with a justification on why you said what you said. * Provide unbiased research-based responses. You may use online library resource called EBSCO host and or other authentic resources to do your research. Personal opinions are ok as long as the evidence is authentic and from unbiased research-based. Note: Wikipedia is not necessarily and/or always an authentic research resource.
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