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Requirements engineering fundamentals : a study guide for the certified professional for requirements engineering exam, foundation level--IREB compliant

Author: Klaus Pohl; Chris Rupp
Publisher: Santa Barbara, CA : Rocky Nook, [2015] ©2015
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Additional Physical Format: Pohl, Klaus.
Requirements engineering fundamentals.
Santa Barbara, CA : Rocky Nook, [2015]
(DLC) 2015009245
(OCoLC)904715792
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Klaus Pohl; Chris Rupp
ISBN: 193753877X 9781937538774
OCLC Number: 911395956
Notes: "Translated from German by Thorsten Weyer, Bastian Tenbergen, and Marta Tayeh."
Description: 1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.1.Introduction --
1.1.1.Figures and Facts from Ordinary Projects --
1.1.2.Requirements Engineering --
What Is It? --
1.1.3.Embedding Requirements Engineering into Process Models --
1.2.Fundamentals of Communication Theory --
1.3.Characteristics of a Requirements Engineer --
1.4.Requirement Types --
1.5.Importance and Categorization of Quality Requirements --
1.6.Summary --
2.1.System Context --
2.2.Defining System and Context Boundaries --
2.2.1.Defining the System Boundary --
2.2.2.Defining the Context Boundary --
2.3.Documenting the System Context --
2.4.Summary --
3.1.Requirements Sources --
3.1.1.Stakeholders and Their Significance --
3.1.2.Handling Stakeholders in the Project --
3.2.Requirements Categorization According to the Kano Model --
3.3.Elicitation Techniques --
3.3.1.Types of Elicitation Techniques --
3.3.2.Survey Techniques --
3.3.3.Creativity Techniques --
3.3.4.Document-centric Techniques --
3.3.5.Observation Techniques --
3.3.6.Support Techniques --
3.4.Summary --
4.1.Document Design --
4.2.Types of Documentation --
4.2.1.The Three Perspectives of Requirements --
4.2.2.Requirements Documentation using Natural Language --
4.2.3.Requirements Documentation using Conceptual Models --
4.2.4.Hybrid Requirements Documents --
4.3.Document Structures --
4.3.1.Standardized Document Structures --
4.3.2.Customized Standard Contents --
4.4.Using Requirements Documents --
4.5.Quality Criteria for Requirements Documents --
4.5.1.Unambiguity and Consistency --
4.5.2.Clear Structure --
4.5.3.Modifiability and Extendibility --
4.5.4.Completeness --
4.5.5.Traceability --
4.6.Quality Criteria for Requirements --
4.7.Glossary --
4.8.Summary --
5.1.Effects of Natural Language --
5.1.1.Nominalization --
5.1.2.Nouns without Reference Index --
5.1.3.Universal Quantifiers --
5.1.4.Incompletely Specified Conditions --
5.1.5.Incompletely Specified Process Verbs --
5.2.Requirement Construction using Templates --
5.3.Summary --
6.1.The Term Model --
6.1.1.Properties of Models --
6.1.2.Modeling Languages --
6.1.3.Requirements Models --
6.1.4.Advantages of Requirements Models --
6.1.5.Combined Use of Models and Natural Language --
6.2.Goal Models --
6.2.1.Goal Documentation Using AND/OR Trees --
6.2.2.Example of AND/OR Trees --
6.3.Use Cases --
6.3.1.UML Use Case Diagrams --
6.3.2.Use Case Specifications --
6.4.Three Perspectives on the Requirements --
6.5.Requirements Modeling in the Data Perspective --
6.5.1.Entity-Relationship Diagrams --
6.5.2.UML Class Diagrams --
6.6.Requirements Modeling in the Functional Perspective --
6.6.1.Data Flow Diagrams --
6.6.2.Models of the Functional Perspective and Control Flow --
6.6.3.UML Activity Diagrams --
6.7.Requirements Modeling in the Behavioral Perspective --
6.7.1.Statecharts --
6.7.2.UML State Diagrams --
6.8.Summary --
7.1.Fundamentals of Requirements Validation --
7.2.Fundamentals of Requirements Negotiation --
7.3.Quality Aspects of Requirements --
7.3.1.Quality Aspect "Content" --
7.3.2.Quality Aspect "Documentation" --
7.3.3.Quality Aspect "Agreement" --
7.4.Principles of Requirements Validation --
7.4.1.Principle 1: Involvement of the Correct Stakeholders --
7.4.2.Principle 2: Separating the Identification and the Correction of Errors --
7.4.3.Principle 3: Validation from Different Views --
7.4.4.Principle 4: Adequate Change of Documentation Type --
7.4.5.Principle 5: Construction of Development Artifacts --
7.4.6.Principle 6: Repeated Validation --
7.5.Requirements Validation Techniques --
7.5.1.Commenting --
7.5.2.Inspection --
7.5.3.Walk-Through --
7.5.4.Perspective-Based Reading --
7.5.5.Validation through Prototypes --
7.5.6.Using Checklists for Validation --
7.6.Requirements Negotiation --
7.6.1.Conflict Identification --
7.6.2.Conflict Analysis --
7.6.3.Conflict Resolution --
7.6.4.Documentation of the Conflict Resolution --
7.7.Summary --
8.1.Assigning Attributes to Requirements --
8.1.1.Attributes for Natural Language Requirements and Models --
8.1.2.Attribute Scheme --
8.1.3.Attribute Types of Requirements --
8.2.Views on Requirements --
8.2.1.Selective Views on the Requirements --
8.2.2.Condensed Views on the Requirements --
8.3.Prioritizing Requirements --
8.3.1.Method for Requirements Prioritization --
8.3.2.Techniques for Requirements Prioritization --
8.4.Traceability of Requirements --
8.4.1.Advantages of Traceable Requirements --
8.4.2.Purpose-Driven Definition of Traceability --
8.4.3.Classification of Traceability Relations --
8.4.4.Representation of Requirements Traceability --
8.5.Versioning of Requirements --
8.5.1.Requirements Versions --
8.5.2.Requirements Configurations --
8.5.3.Requirements Baselines --
8.6.Management of Requirements Changes --
8.6.1.Requirements Changes --
8.6.2.The Change Control Board --
8.6.3.The Change Request --
8.6.4.Classification of Incoming Change Requests --
8.6.5.Basic Method for Corrective and Adaptive Changes --
8.7.Measurement of Requirements --
8.7.1.Product vs. Process Metric --
8.7.2.Examples of Product and Process Metrics --
8.8.Summary --
9.1.General Tool Support --
9.2.Modeling Tools --
9.3.Requirements Management Tools --
9.3.1.Specialized Tools for Requirements Management --
9.3.2.Standard Office Applications --
9.4.Introducing Tools --
9.5.Evaluating Tools --
9.5.1.Project View --
9.5.2.User View --
9.5.3.Product View --
9.5.4.Process View --
9.5.5.Provider View --
9.5.6.Technical View --
9.5.7.Economic View --
9.6.Summary.
Other Titles: Study guide for the certified professional for requirements engineering exam, foundation level--IREB compliant
Responsibility: Klaus Pohl, Chris Rupp.

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