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Issue No. 05 - September/October (2005 vol. 22)
ISSN: 0740-7459
pp: 89-97
Konstantinos Zachos , Centre for HCI Design
Neil Maiden , Centre for HCI Design
Amit Tosar , M&G Investments
Walking-through scenarios is an effective requirements-discovery technique, but scenarios can differ widely in their abstraction levels and representation forms. However, determining the right form of scenarios for different requirements tasks remains an open question-one that the <b>Art-Scene</b> scenarios environment is investigating. <b>Art-Scene</b> is a tool that supports rich-media scenarios' use during requirements discovery. Rich-media scenarios can improve discovery by cueing stakeholders to recognize more events that a system will have to handle. This article describes <b>Art-Scene</b>'s architecture and guidelines to help developers use rich media in scenarios, and it reports early evaluation and lessons learned.
requirements, scenarios, discovery, rich media

A. Tosar, N. Maiden and K. Zachos, "Rich-Media Scenarios for Discovering Requirements," in IEEE Software, vol. 22, no. , pp. 89-97, 2005.
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