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Interview - Unstructured

Goal contributions

Major Goal Minor Goal Contribution Value Situation
Improved Requirements Elicitation Efficient elicitation of the stakeholder-specific requirements ++ Having some structure in the interview
Improved Requirements Elicitation Extract more information ++ Having some structure in the interview (planned interview)
Improved Requirements Elicitation Extract more information + Use of a domain model for structuring the interview
Improved Requirements Elicitation Extract more information - Having novice analysts with unstructured interview
Improved Requirements Elicitation Extract more information + Having novice analysts with structured interview

Requisite contributions

(S - Satisfied, PS - Partially Satisfied, U - Undefined, D - Denied, PD - Partly Denied)

Major Requisite Minor Requisite Requisite Satisfaction Value Situation

Study information

ID:
102

Name:
Agrawal2007

URL:
http://www.jmis-web.org/articles/v7_n1_p123/index.html

Study Type:
Empirical Study

Study Format:
Case Study

Description:

Organization:

Year:
1990

Reference:
Agarwal, Ritu and Tanniru, Mohan R. , Knowledge Acquisition Using Structured Interviewing: An Empirical Investigation, Journal of Management Information Systems, Vol. 7 No. 1, Summer 1990 pp. 123 - 140

Title of Paper:
Knowledge Acquisition Using Structured Interviewing: An Empirical Investigation

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