Skoogle SRS.doc - Table of Contents Table of Contents.ii Revision History.ii 1 Introduction.1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Purpose.1 Document Conventions.1

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Table of Contents Table of Contents ........................................................................................................................... ii Revision History ............................................................................................................................. ii 1. Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 1 1.1 Purpose ........................................................................................................................................... 1 1.2 Document Conventions .................................................................................................................. 1 1.3 Intended Audience and Reading Suggestions ................................................................................. 1 1.4 Product Scope ................................................................................................................................. 1 1.5 References ....................................................................................................................................... 1 2. Overall Description .................................................................................................................. 2 2.1 Product Perspective ........................................................................................................................ 2 2.2 Product Functions ........................................................................................................................... 2 2.3 User Classes and Characteristics ..................................................................................................... 2 2.4 Operating Environment ................................................................................................................... 2 2.5 Design and Implementation Constraints ......................................................................................... 2 2.6 User Documentation ....................................................................................................................... 2 2.7 Assumptions and Dependencies ...................................................................................................... 3 3. External Interface Requirements ........................................................................................... 3 3.1 User Interfaces ................................................................................................................................ 3 3.2 Hardware Interfaces ........................................................................................................................ 3 3.3 Software Interfaces ......................................................................................................................... 3 3.4 Communications Interfaces ............................................................................................................ 3 4. System Features ....................................................................................................................... 4 4.1 System Feature 1 ............................................................................................................................ 4 4.2 System Feature 2 (and so on) .......................................................................................................... 4 5. Other Nonfunctional Requirements ....................................................................................... 4 5.1 Performance Requirements ............................................................................................................. 4 5.2 Safety Requirements ....................................................................................................................... 5 5.3 Security Requirements .................................................................................................................... 5 5.4 Software Quality Attributes ............................................................................................................ 5 5.5 Business Rules ................................................................................................................................ 5 6. Other Requirements ................................................................................................................ 5 Appendix A: Glossary .................................................................................................................... 5 Appendix B: Analysis Models ....................................................................................................... 5 Appendix C: To Be Determined List ............................................................................................ 6 Revision History Name Date Reason For Changes Version
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Software Requirements Specification for SKOOGLE Page 1 1. Introduction Skoogle is a platform for the people who have earned skills through years of efforts but still haven’t got anywhere far because of the inadequate opportunities in the market. Skoogle’s main objective is to provide a platform to the people where they can meet experts of same field or genre to team up and start a project of their own. This platform mainly focuses on computer fields including Artificial Intelligence, IoTs, Cyber Security, Penetration Testing and other fields like Digital and Memory Forensics. This platform would have experts in it who would help newbies in their particular fields and teach them through video tutorials and personal chat. This platform will also have articles related to relevant topics that members may ask frequently. 1.1 Purpose The purpose of this web and app-based project is to facilitate young generation to know the technology that has been growing too fast and our people are yet unaware of. People around the globe can engage with individuals of same genres to team up for not just initiating their freelance careers but to enhance their skills as a hobby. This practice can also be done through an application that is designed for their convenience which is, of course, more efficient and easily accessible through mobile phones. 1.2 Document Conventions Main headings are formatted in font style Times with the size of 18 with bold text, whereas subheadings are followed by size 14 with bold text of the same font style, Times. Rest of the SRS is documented in size 12. 1.3 Intended Audience and Reading Suggestions The designed document will be presented to the developers, testers, project manager, clients, and other office staff including the writers who will read this document for further modification or adjustments. The SRS contains all of the functions and requirements of the product, and for the precise understanding, the document should be read in a sequence from top to bottom.
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