Seyff, N., Graf, F. & Maiden, N. (2010). Using mobile RE tools to give end-users their own voice. Paper presented at the Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), 2010 18th IEEE International, 27 Sep - 1 Oct 2010, Sydney, Australia.
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Researchers highlight end-user involvement in system design as an important concept for developing useful and usable solutions. However, end-user involvement in software engineering is still an open-ended topic. Novel paradigms such as service-oriented computing strengthen the need for more active end-user involvement in order to provide systems that are tailored to individual end-user needs. Our work is based on the fact that the majority of end-users are familiar with mobile devices and use an increasing number of mobile applications. A mobile tool enabling end-user led requirements elicitation could be just one of many applications installed on end-users' mobile devices. In this paper, we present a framework of end-user involvement in requirements elicitation which motivates our research. The main contribution of our research is a tool-supported requirements elicitation approach allowing end-users to document needs in situ. Furthermore, we present first evaluation results to highlight the feasibility of on-site end-user led requirements elicitation.
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|Subjects:||Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science|
|Divisions:||School of Informatics > Centre for Human Computer Interaction Design|
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