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Analysis What kinds of questions might McGraw-Hill have asked as part of determining the feasibility of the Primis idea? Be sure to address the needs of the organization, end users (sales reps., faculty, and students), IT specialists, and the groups involved in producing the finished custom books. The questions that McGraw-Hill might have asked regarding the feasibility of the Primis idea would have focused on the importance and on the need of the software, in relation to the organizations overall process, IT specialist, and all the groups involved in the process. As implementing the idea would have increased the cost of their processes, therefore, it would have become increasingly important to consider the cost benefit analysis.…show more content…
| |The requirements engineering process begins with inception, moves on to elicitation, elaboration, negotiation, problem specification, and | |ends with review or validation of the specification. | |The intent of requirements engineering is to produce a written understanding of the customer 's problem. | |Several different work products might be used to communicate this understanding (user scenarios, function and feature lists, analysis | |models, or specifications). | |Requirements Engineering | |Must be adapted to the needs of a specific process, project, product, or people doing the work. | |Begins during the software engineering communication activity and continues into the modeling activity. | |In some cases requirements engineering may be abbreviated, but it is never abandoned. | |It is essential that the software engineering team understand the requirements of a problem before the team tries to solve the problem. | |Requirements Engineering

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