System analysis , Software Engineering

a) There are four steps or activities in needs engineering: elicitation, specification, validation, and negotiation. Briefly explain the task of every of the four steps. Why needs engineering has to be an iterative process of doing these activities/steps?

 

b) Suppose that you as a system analysis conduct requirement elicitation for developing a new course registration system for UNB. Explain an example scenario for using each of the following approaches:

 

  • Functional (objective + order)

 

  • Social-relativism (subjective + order)

 

  • Radical-structuralism (objective + conflict)

 

  • Neohumanism (subjective + conflict)

 

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