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Software Requirements Training Course

Software requirements training course discusses what needs to be generated by a software product. Software requirements training course teaches you to identify the needs for and the external behavior of a system design.

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Requirements Definition

Requirements are referred to the services that a software product should deliver and the limitations under which it has to function.

Requirements differ from high-level conceptual descriptions of a service or system constraints to precise mathematical operative stipulations.

Requirements Engineering Definition

Requirements engineering is the procedure of setting up the services that the customer demands and the limitations under which it is to be created and functional.

Requirements can serve two purposes:

  • To be used as the foundation of a bid for a contract
  • To be used as the foundation for a contract

Types of Requirements

User requirements

  • Description in natural language in addition to figures demonstrating what the system provides and its functional restraints
  • Issues with natural language:
    • Ambiguity
    • Over-flexibility
    • Requirements incorporation & misperception
    • Lack of modularization
  • Written for customers

System requirements

  • An organized document establishing precise statements of the system services
  • Written as a contract among customer and contractor

Software specifications

  • A precise software statement used as a foundation for a design or implementation
  • Written for developers

Functional, Nonfunctional and Domain Requirements

  • Functional requirements
    • Description of the services that the system deliver, how the system should react to specific inputs, and how the system should respond in certain conditions
  • Nonfunctional requirements
    • Restrictions on the services or operations by the system including but not limited to timing constraints, limitations on the development process, and standards
  • Domain requirements
    • Requirements coming from the application domain that demonstrate the specifications of that domain
    • Could be functional or non-functional

What Does Requirements Document Should Contain:

  • Introduction
  • Glossary
  • User requirements definition System architecture
  • System requirements specification System models
  • System evolution
  • Appendices
  • Index

Requirements Document Users

  • System customers
    • Indicate the requirements and double-check to ensure they meet their needs
    • Indicate changes to the requirements
  • Development Managers
    • Use the requirements document to bid for the system
    • Use the requirements to plan the system development process
  • Implementation Programmers
    • Use the requirements to comprehend what system is to be developed
  • Test programmers
    • Use the requirements to develop validation tests for the system
  • Maintenance programmers
    • Use the requirements to help comprehend the system and how its parts are related

Learn About:

  • Defining scope and goals of a software product
  • Identifying the product’s stakeholders
  • Transferring higher-level business and user requirements into software product requirements
  • Concept of operations document an software requirements specifies
  • Set up baseline for requirements, track and manage them
  • Requirements elicitation, analysis, specification, and validation


Software requirements training is a 3-day course designed for:

  • Business analysts
  • System and software requirements analysts
  • Project managers
  • Functional managers
  • Software developers
  • Testing engineers
  • Software quality engineers
  • Software stakeholders

What Will You Learn?

Below are the major topics software requirements training course will cover (more detailed can be found under the full course description):

  • Overview of Software Requirements
  • Requirements Process
  • Requirements Analysis
  • Requirements elicitation, Business level requirements
  • Requirements elicitation, Stakeholders
  • Requirements elicitation, Requirements elicitation techniques
  • Requirements Analysis
  • Requirements Modeling
  • Identifying Product Requirements
  • Requirements Specification
  • Requirements Validation
  • Practical Considerations
  • Standards and models related to requirements
  • Requirements management

Software Requirements Training Course

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