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Requirements and Specification, ESOF 328, Spring 2018 Exam 1, March 2 Part I: Software requirements: What, Why, and Who The essential software requirement, Chapter 1 Be able to define what is meant by software requirements Be able to categorize information into the various types of requirements: Term Business requirements Business rule Constraint External interface requirement Feature Functional requirement Nonfunctional requirement Quality attribute User requirement Know the relation of business requirements, user requirements and functional requirements (Figure 1-3, page 12) Know the difference between product and project requirements Know the sub-disciplines of requirements: elicitation, analysis, specification, validation and management Know the common problems of requirements (pages 20-22) Requirements for customer perspective, Chapter 2 Know possible stakeholders (Figure 2-2, page 28) Know Wiegers recommendations for the signoff-off process and document Good practices for requirements engineering, Chapter 3 Know the four main stages in the requirements development process (Figure 3-1, page 45, first four sub-disciplines). These are referred to as sub-disciplines in Chapter 1.
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