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1. A systems analyst was recently overheard to say, “Every time I think I’ve captured userinformation requirements they’ve already changed. It’s like trying to hit a moving target. Half the time I don’t think they even know what they want themselves!” Comment on this observation and explain how prototyping actually can help users better understand and articulate their own information requirements.
2. User involvement is important for the success of computer systems
a. Describe multiple ways the user can contribute and how the computer project will benefit from this involvement. Be specific.
b. Suggest what problems might arise in a project:
i. with insufficient user participation;
ii. with excessive user involvement.
3. Consider your use of the Internet.
a. List the tangible benefits of your use of the Internet. Based on this list, is your use of the Internet cost-effective? Why or why not? YES, I want REAL numbers.
b. List the intangible benefits from Internet use. Does this analysis support or contradict your previous analysis? Explain.
4. Identify the risks associated with the solution proposed by your team to the semester project.Discuss how you incorporated those risks in your cost-benefit analyses, and the ways you proposed to minimize the costs associated with the risks.
Aim at your client and justify your solution,
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