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Overview

Requirements are critical key aspects of any project, or sub-section of a project. Requirements define what system or product will be built. Many problems found during design, testing, verification, validation,  or operation of a system are the result of incorrect, incomplete, or missing requirements. Needs are usually vague, implicit [unstated], or described in terms of technical solutions.  Verifying that the requirements are correct  is an important function of systems and assurance engineers.

Requirements specification is a document that clearly and accurately describes the essential requirements for items, materials, or services including the procedures by which it can be determined that the requirements have been met.

Learn about requirements engineering and specification writing. Specifications are the written requirements for a material, product, or service for a proposed project, like a building, bridge or machine.Specifications help avoid duplication and inconsistencies, allow for accurate estimates of necessary work and resources, act as a negotiation and reference document for engineering changes, provide documentation of configuration, and allow for consistent communication among those responsible for different functions of Systems Engineering.

Requirements can also be classified by the role they play in the system. This classification will vary, depending on the organization or project. The following list of requirements types is commonly used in many government organizations.

Full Description

 Introduction to Requirements

  •  Introduction to Systems Engineering
  •  What is Requirements Engineering?
  •  Quality of Requirements
  •  Stakeholder Involvement
  •  Requirements Lifecycle
  •  Requirements Traceability
  •  Analysis and Modeling
  •  Testing and Integration
  •  Requirements Verification and Validation
  •  Mapping Requirements from Problem to Solution Domains
  •  Effective requirements management
  •  Principles of requirements definition and management
  •  Best practices for requirements engineering
  •  Requirements Baselining
  • Introduction to Requirements Engineering
  •  The Requirements Engineering Process
  •  Requirements and the Business Context
  •  Hierarchy of requirements
  •  Stakeholders in the requirements process
  •  Eliciting and Documenting Requirements
  •  Requirements Elicitation
  •  Interviewing for Requirements
  •  Use of models in Requirements Engineering
  •  Requirements Documentation
  •  Requirements Analysis
  •  Analyzing and Negotiating Requirements
  •  Requirements Validation and Verification
  •  Requirements Management

Requirements Engineering and System Views

  •  Process View
  •  Deliverable View
  •  pertinent information for RFPs, SEMPs, ConOps, etc
  •  Checklist View
  •  Project View
  •  SE process applies

Activities in the Requirements Engineering

  •  Develop requirements
  •  Write and document requirements
  •  Check completeness
  •  Analyze, refine, and decompose requirements
  •  Validate requirements
  •  Manage requirements

Basic Requirements Engineering and Management

  •  Techniques for drawing out stakeholder needs, goals, requirements, constraints, priorities, normal operations, and preferences
  •  Initial needs assessment leading to the development of requirements
  •  .Elicitation
  •  Stakeholder Analysis
  •  Interviews and Workshops
  •  Observation
  •  Creativity
  •  Analysis
  •  Kano
  •  Specification
  •  Use Cases and ConOps
  •  BPMN
  •  Verification
  •  Validation
  •  Prototypes
  •  Inspection
  •  Testing
  •  Demo
  •  Change management
  •  Version control
  •  Customer acceptance and validation

Elicitation Techniques

  •  Interviews and Focus groups
  •  Questionnaires, surveys and Brainstorming
  •  Roleplay
  •  Review incident reports, enhancement requests and Joint authorship
  •  Benchmark – similar or competing systems
  •  Prototype
  •  Throw-away
  •  Evolutionary

Process for Requirements Engineering

  •  Value of Systems Engineering
  •  Value of Requirements Engineering
  •  Customer Requirements
  •  Functional Requirements
  •  Performance Requirements
  •  Design Requirements
  •  Derived Requirements
  •  Allocated Requirements
  •  Concept of Operations(ConOps)
  •  System Requirements
  •  Integration and Verification
  •  System Validation
  •  Project Planning
  •  Project Monitoring and Control
  •  High-level identification of user needs and system capabilities
  •  Project stakeholders
  •  Stakeholder agreement
  •  Interrelationships and roles and responsibilities
  •  Shared understanding by system owners, operators, maintainers, and developers
  •  who, what, why, where, and how of the system and product
  •  Agreement on key performance measures
  •  Plan for how the system will be validated
  •  Developing Systems
  •  Input Requirements and Derived Requirements
  •  Acceptance Criteria and Qualification Strategy
  •  Generic Process Introduction
  •  Development in the Context of Change

System Modeling for Requirements Engineering

  •  Requirements Engineering and System Modeling
  •  Use Cases and Actors
  •  Data Flow Diagrams
  •  Entity-Relationship (E-R) Diagrams
  •  Statecharts
  •  Object-Oriented Approaches
  •  DoDAF and NAF Viewpoint Methods
  •  The UML and SysML Notations
  •  Formal Methods
  •  Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE) and Requirements Engineering

Managing, Writing and Reviewing Requirements

  •  System Life Cycle
  •  The systems engineering process
  •  Development of system architecture and detail design
  •  The Origin of Requirements
  •  Concept of the system boundary
  •  The modelling boundary
  •  Managing Requirements
  •  Validating Requirements
  •  Requirements traceability
  •  Baselines and their use
  •  The waterfall vs. agile life cycle paradigm
  •  Structuring Requirements
  •  Requirements Engineering in the Problem Domain
  •  Identify Stakeholders
  •  Operational and Use Scenarios
  •  Scoping the System
  • Derive Requirements
  •  Allocated Requirements
  •  Requirements Engineering in the Solution Domain
  •  Stakeholder Requirements mapped to System Requirements
  •  System Requirements
  •  Requirements to Subsystems
  •  Traceability
  •  Metrics for Traceability

Requirements Engineering Management

  •  Requirements Management
  •  Planning
  •  Monitoring
  •  Changes
  •  Development
  •  Relationship to design
  •  Relationship to baselines
  •  Types of Requirements
  •  Differences between requirements for hardware, software, services
  •  Non-functional requirements
  •  Quality of Requirements
  •  Requirements Analysis
  •  Context analysis
  •  Operational Concept Description
  •  Verification requirements development
  •  “TBDs”
  •  Requirements and Requirements Specifications
  •  Requirements Flowdown into Specifications

Requirements Engineering Gates and Cross-Cutting Activities

  •  Stakeholder Involvement
  •  Elicitation
  •  Project Management Practices
  •  Risk Management
  •  Metrics
  •  Configuration Management
  •  Project Process Improvement
  •  Decision Gates
  •  Decision Support/Trade Studies
  •  Technical Reviews
  •  Traceability

Fees & Schedule

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