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Mastering the Requirements Process - Course Notes


 
Object_Id               : 207
Title                   : Mastering the Requirements Process - Course Notes
Node_Type               : Production
Format                  : paper
Address                 : CiTR Library (Adrian also has a personal copy)
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Abstract                : These notes come from a course attended by Adrian Mortimer
                          on determining and describing requirements specifications. From the
                          notes:
                          
                          What is a requirement?
                          
                          o  A requirement is some aspect of a product's content or 
                          behaviour, 
                             which is necessary or desired by the customer
                          o  Functional requirements are things the product must do
                          o  Non-functional requirements are properties that the product must
                             have, or constraints on the product
                          o  Each requirement has a fit criteria [sic]
                          o  The requirements are a statement of intent to make the
                             investment in detailed analysis and design.
                          
                          The contents of these course notes are:
                          
                          1.  Do I need Requirements
                          2.  The Requirements Process
                          3.  Project Blastoff
                          4.  Trawling for Rrequirements
                          5.  Writing the Requirements  (see also: 
                                http://repository:13531/more/UI_Metadata/public/1/208 )
                          6.  The Quality Gateway
                          7.  Prototyping and Scenarios
                          8.  Requirements Reuse
                          9.  Reviewing the Specification
                          10. The Ongoing Requirements Process
                          
                          Appendices:
                              Volere Requirements Process Model
                              ACRE (ACquisition of REquirements)
                              An Early Start to Testing: How to Test Requirements
                              Requirements patterns via Events / Use Cases
                              Requirements Tools (list)
                              Bibliography
                          
                          
                          
Date_Entry_Created      : 15/04/97
Entry_Created_By        : jane
Date_Entry_Last_Modified: 
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Asset_Qualification     : good / very useful
Other_Opinions          : Adrian went to this course & felt the content/approach
                          fits CiTR's way/desired way of doing things.
                          
                          The course notes look reasonably self-sufficient.
                          
Contact_Person          :  mailto:a.mortimer@citr.com.au
IP_or_Copyright_Owner   : Atlantic Systems Guild
Support_re_Ownership    : see book
Date_Item_Created       : Edition 3 - 1996
Usage_Conditions        : don't copy without permission
Support_re_Usage_Condns : see book
Authors_and_Contributors: James & Suzanne Robertson
                             mailto:james@guild.demon.co.uk

                             mailto:suzanne@guild.demon.co.uk

Projects_Used_In        : ?
Obtained_From           : authors 
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Related_Items           : associated Requirements Specification Template:
                             http://repository:13531/more/UI_Metadata/public/1/208

                          
                          Web site of authors' organisation is:
                             http://www.atlsysguild.com/

                          
Document_Type           : tutorial
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