By Gordon Rugg
This article gives an overvew of our posts so far on three main areas.
Two of these are about research methods and development methods, namely elicitation methods for gathering client requirements, and systematic approaches to visualising information.
The third area involves our Verifier approach for tackling long-standing problems, which we’ve applied to the Voynich Manuscript and to the D’Agapeyeff Cipher.
All the material listed below is copyleft Hyde & Rugg; you’re welcome to use it for any non-commercial purpose (including lectures) provided that you include the “copyleft Hyde & Rugg” acknowledgement with any material you use.
Gathering and clarifying client requirements
We’re posting a series of tutorial articles on a wide range of methods, and articles about the bigger picture of requirements gathering. The main articles that we’re posted so far are as follows.