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Systems Analysis Ch6

Chapter 6

The criteria for system requirements are... Consistent, Complete, Feasible, Required, Accurate, Traceable and Verifiable
The process of managing change to the requirements. Requirements management
An interview conducted with only a general goal or subject in mind and with few, if any, specific questions. The interviewer counts on the interviewee to provide a framework and direct the conversation Unstructured interview
An interview where the interviewer has a specific set of questions to ask of the interviewee. Structured interview
A question that allows the interviewee to respond in any way. Open-ended question
A question that restricts answers to either specific choices or short, direct responses. Closed-ended question
Closer than 1.5 feet Intimate zone
1.5 feet to 4 feet Personal zone
Social zone 4 feet to 12 feet
Beyond 12 feet Public zone
Created by: lapetti