User requirements analysis: A review of supporting methods

  • Maguire M
  • Bevan N
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Understanding user requirements is an integral part of information systems design and is critical to the success of interactive systems. However specifying these requirements is not so simple to achieve. This paper describes general methods to support user requirements analysis that can be adapted to a range of situations. Some brief case studies are described to illustrate how these methods have been applied in practice.

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  • Martin Maguire

  • Nigel Bevan

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