Requirements Engineering Second Edition By Elizabeth Hull, Ken Jackson and Jeremy Dick

Requirement Engineering Process in Software Engineering

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Introduction to Requirements: Requirement Engineering Process in Software Engineering

Getting Started With Requirement Engineering Process in Software Engineering, If ever systems development projects needed a “fair wind”, they certainly do so today. Fast-changing technology and increased competition are placing ever-increasing pressure on the development process. Effective requirements engineering lies at the heart of an organization’s ability to guide the ship and to keep pace with the rising tide of complexity. The software is currently the dominant force of change of new products. The trend is driven by three key factors:
1. Arbitrary complexity. The most complex systems tend to be those with software, often integrated deep inside the system’s components. The complexity of such products is limited only by the imagination of those who conceive them.
2. Instant distribution. Today a company can think of a new product, implement it in software, and rapidly distribute it around the world. For example, a car manufacturer can improve the software in its diagnostic system and then transmit it electronically around the world to tens of thousands of car showrooms in a day.
3. “Off-the-shelf” components. Systems are now constructed from bought-in technology and ready-made components with a corresponding reduction in the product development cycle.
The net impact of these trends is a sudden intensity of competition and the ability to monopolize the rewards from the new technology without needing large factories. The result is pressure to reduce the development cycle and the time to deploy the technology. However, “time to market” is not sufficient. The real goal is “time to market with the right product”. Establishing the requirements enables us to agree on and visualize the “right product”. A vital part of the systems engineering process, requirements engineering first defines the problem scope and then links all subsequent development information to it. Only in this way can we expect to control and direct project activity; managing the development of a solution that is both appropriate and cost-effective.

Requirements Engineering Second Edition Chapters and Sections

Table Of Contents For Requirement Engineering Process in Software Engineering

Chapter 1 Introduction

Introduction to Requirements(Requirement Engineering Process in Software Engineering)
Introduction to Systems Engineering
Requirements and Quality
Requirements and the Lifecycle
Requirements Traceability
Requirements and Modelling
Requirements and Testing
Requirements in the Problem and Solution Domains
How to Read This Book

Chapter 2 A Generic Process for Requirements Engineering

Introduction
Developing Systems
Generic Process Context
Generic Process Introduction
Generic Process Information Model
Generic Process Details
Summary

Chapter 3 System Modelling for Requirements Engineering

Introduction
Representations for Requirements Engineering
Methods
Summary

Chapter 4 Writing and Reviewing Requirements

Introduction
Requirements for Requirements
Structuring Requirements Documents
Key Requirements
Using Attributes
Ensuring Consistency Across Requirements
Value of a Requirement
The Language of Requirements
Requirement Boilerplates
Granularity of Requirements
Criteria for Writing Requirements Statements
Summary

Chapter 5 Requirements Engineering in the Problem Domain

What is the Problem Domain?
Instantiating the Generic Process
Agree on Requirements with Customer
Analyze and Model
Derive Requirements
Summary

Chapter 6 Requirements Engineering in the Solution Domain

What is the Solution Domain?
Engineering Requirements from Stakeholder
Requirements to System Requirements
Engineering Requirements from System
Requirements to Subsystems
Other Transformations Using a Design Architecture
Summary

Chapter 7 Advanced Traceability

Introduction
Elementary Traceability
Satisfaction Arguments
Requirements Allocation
Reviewing Traceability
The Language of Satisfaction Arguments
Rich Traceability Analysis
Rich Traceability for Qualification
Implementing Rich Traceability
Design Documents
Metrics for Traceability
Summary

Chapter 8 Management Aspects of Requirements Engineering

Introduction to Management
Requirements Management Problems
Managing Requirements in an Acquisition Organization
Supplier Organizations
Product Organizations
Summary

Chapter 9 Doors: A Tool to Manage Requirements

Introduction
The Case for Requirements Management
DOORS Architecture
Projects, Modules and Objects
History and Version Control
Attributes and Views
Traceability
Import and Export
UML Modelling with DOORS/Analyst
Summary
Bibliography
Index

 

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