A Framework for Collecting and Defining Requirements for Data Warehousing Projects

Nenad Jukic, John Nicholas

Abstract


In this paper we address the issue of failure of data warehousing projects due to inadequate requirements collection and definition process. We describe a framework that can help accomplish the objective of developing a business-driven, actionable set of requirements. The framework consists of a series of steps to facilitate collection and definition of requirements in data warehousing projects.
The paper also addresses the difficult yet common issue of end-users' limited availability during the requirements collection process and proposes an approach that can serve to alleviate this problem.

Keywords


data warehouse, SDLC, requirements collection and definition

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.2498/cit.1001920

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