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Identifying Needs and Establishing Requirements
 

     

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www.systemsguild.com/GuildSite/Robs/Template.html
This is where the updated version of the Volere requirements template will appear. Another useful page from the Atlantic Systems Guild containing resources for requirements engineering is www.systemsguild.com/GuildSite/Guild/resources.html . It links to articles, tool surveys, research projects, interest groups etc. The Volere template and process now has a dedicated website at www.volare.co.uk, which includes useful resources and downloadable versions of the template.

http://hfrg.ucc.ie/resources/qfaq1.html
Here you will find a set of questions (and answers) about questionnaires. The main thrust of these is for usability evaluations, but some of the issues are suitable and generally applicable to questionnaires and their design for the requirements activity.

www.acm.org/~perlman/question.html
This site has information about a number of evaluation questionnaires, including a link to an engine that allows you to develop your own web-based questionnaire.

http://members.aol.com/acockburn
Alistair Cockburn has been working with use cases, and with people-oriented concerns in software development for a long time. His website includes an article about how to structure use cases with goals, and some subsequent discussion about it. You'll also find some interesting reflections on human factors in software projects.