• Jakob Precht
  • Mai-Britt Lerche Laursen
  • Liv Holm
4. semester, Software, Kandidat (Kandidatuddannelse)
The topic remote requirements elicitation was investigated through three different studies: literature review, case study and experiment. The literature review has investigated the research topics and approach in existing literature. Three topics were found in the literature: successes and challenges, forms of communication, and techniques. Five types of study have been used in the literature: literature review, survey, case study, experiment, and the defining of a model or tool. The case study has investigated the successes and challenges when adapting requirements elicitation techniques to a remote environment. Four elicitation techniques were investigated: interviews, prototyping, think aloud, and scenarios. The results showed five areas of success and six areas of challenges. The experiment has compared different types of visual presentation and communication forms when writing user stories in a remote environment. The visual presentation forms were video, photos and being shown no visual presentation, while the communication forms were online meeting and instant messaging. The results showed, that video presentation together with online meeting yielded higher quality user stories and increased communication. Together the three articles provides considerations for developers from existing literature and practice studies. This entails insight on how remote requirements elicitation can be used and the impacting successes and challenges.
Udgivelsesdato9 jun. 2023
Antal sider60
Ekstern samarbejdspartnerFanø Kran-Service A/S
Tommy Christensen tc@fkservice.dk
Lundby Fisk v/Peter Holm
Heidi Holm lundbyfisk@lundbyfisk.dk
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