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Using Vision Videos in a Virtual Focus Group: Experiences and Recommendations

@article{Karras2020UsingVV,
  title={Using Vision Videos in a Virtual Focus Group: Experiences and Recommendations},
  author={Oliver Karras and Svenja Polst and Kathleen Sp{\"a}th},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2011.00965}
}
Facilitated meetings are an established practice for the requirements engineering activities elicitation and validation [6]. Focus groups are one well-known technique to implement this practice. Several researchers [1, 2, 5] already reported the successful use of vision videos to stimulate active discussions among the participants of on-site focus groups, e.g., for validating scenarios and eliciting feedback. These vision videos show scenarios of a system vision. In this way, the videos serve… Expand
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