Requirements Engineering — Introduction (Part 1)

An introduction to software requirements engineering.

Omar Elgabry
Sep 13, 2016 · 6 min read
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The ugly fact about requirements engineering

Requirement Engineering

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The process of requirements engineering

User and System Requirements

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Readers of different types of requirements specification

User Requirements

System Requirements

Functional & Non-Functional Requirements

Functional Requirements

Non-Functional Requirements

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Non-Functional Requirements

Non-functional requirements should be measurable

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Metrics for non-functional requirements

Non-functional and functional requirements are dependent

The distinction between functional and non-functional requirements

Separate between functional and non-functional requirements

Feasibility Report

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