These 2 factors relate to a poor requirements gathering and management process. This course identifies and teaches the core communication skills and organisational processes needed to turn customer requirements into meaningful software requirements.
The course includes introduction to the requirements gathering role, project scope, methodologies, requirement elicitation techniques, managing documentation, managing group sessions and validating requirements.
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The requirements engineer should be able to distinguish between relevant and irrelevant information from multiple sources and reformulate the problem into a common understanding for both technical and non-technical audiences. The result should be specified as a consensus-based set of accurate systems
Understand application development methodologies from a requirements view.Verify that requirements are testable and generate testing objectives. Conduct a requirement review.Gather requirements in a group setting by preparing an agenda and managing the group discussion.
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