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Requirements engineering is practiced by many, mastered by surprisingly few. And yet, the payoff from achieving excellence in this field of project activity is large.
Requirements engineering may be considered to embrace:
The course recognizes throughout, other dimensions of the problem domain, including measures of effectiveness (MOEs), goals, and related value relationships.
Being independent of specific problem domains and solution technologies, and being language independent, this course is relevant to a wide range of enterprises, and roles within those enterprises, worldwide.
Relevant application sectors include defence, aerospace, telecommunications, public infrastructure, entertainment and medicine. Relevant organization types include military, public sector, contractors, product-oriented firms, consultants, research and development enterprises.
1. Why Emphasise Requirements
2. Requirements Within the System Life Cycle
3. What are Requirements?
4. Types of Requirements
5. The Quality of Requirements
6. Requirements Analysis Techniques
7. Coping with the Real World
8. Tool Support to Requirements Analysis
9. Requirements Verification
10. Management of Requirements Analysis
11. Specification Writing
11.1 Transforming Requirements into Requirements Specifications
11.2 Requirements Flowdown into Requirements Specifications
11.3 Requirements Types and Formats
11.4 Structuring Your Specification
11.5 Specification Writing
13. Summary and Conclusion