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    Capacity Planning - An Essential Activity
    Most of the IT projects fail because the non-functional requirements were not captured properly or are not captured at all. This paper discusses a few of the Capacity Planning process and tips for any E-Commerce Site development. Author(s) : Rajib Das

    Updated: 10/08/2005

    Reflections on the Requirements Gathering in an One-Stop Government Project
    This paper reports on the requirements analysis for one-stop government. It is focused on the work that was done in the analysis phase of the eGOV project - an EU project with the goal to develop an integrated platform for realizing online one-stop government - which is presented as a case study. Different types and sources of requirements are described. Furthermore the user-survey for the eGOV project is dealt. The paper concludes with some of the insights gained from the requirements analysis. Author(s) : Johanna Krenner

    Updated: 10/08/2005

    The Scent of a Site: A System for Analyzing and Predicting Information Scent, Usage, and Usability of a Web Site
    This paper presents an architecture and system for the analysis and prediction of user behavior and Web site usability. The system integrates research on human information foraging theory, a reference model of information visualization and Web data-mining techniques. The system also incorporates new methods of Web site visualization (Dome Tree, Usage Based Layouts), a new predictive modeling technique for Web site use (Web User Flow by Information Scent, WUFIS), and new Web usability metrics. Author(s) : Ed H. Chi, Peter Pirolli and James Pitkow

    Updated: 10/08/2005

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