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User And System Requirements For Successful Software Development

This web-based training course on User And System Requirements For Successful Software Development functionality, administration and development, is available online to all individuals, institutions, corporates and enterprises in India (New Delhi NCR, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkatta), US, UK, Canada, Australia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates (UAE), China and South Africa. No matter where you are located, you can enroll for any training with us - because all our training sessions are delivered online by live instructors using interactive, intensive learning methods.

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Course Details

This course helps trainees to learn how to develop software requirements using proven methodologies, enhance and refine use cases and develop a requirements data model. With this training program, trainees will learn the software development life cycle, various development approaches, various requirements components, turning methodology to product size, initial requirements from input documents and scripting user stories and use cases. This course educates trainees about describing iteration and progressive elaboration of use cases, creating structured use cases, naming and scoping use cases, diagramming scenarios with UML and integrating interface requirements. Instead of this, trainees will learn analyzing data requirements, creating a requirements data model, documenting nonfunctional requirements and generating use case tests from requirements. The course is suitable for both the entry-level business analyst as well as for the practicing business analyst, who is seeking a broader perspective and balanced view of their role. There are no prerequisites for this course.

The Software Development Life Cycle

  • Explaining and differentiating between requirement types
  • How to locate requirement sources?
  • Various Development approaches

Presenting Software Requirements

  • Structuring the requirements document
  • Various Requirements components: text, diagrams, data

Tuning Methodology To Project Size

  • To match the process to size and complexity of projects
  • Differentiating Agile from standard techniques

Analyzing Stakeholder Input

  • To identify and prioritize stakeholders
  • Eliciting initial requirements from input documents

Applying The Requirements Process

  • Analysis
  • Specification
  • Validation
  • The Unified Process

Capturing and Refining Use Cases

  • Writing user stories
  • Creating structured use cases
  • To identify stakeholders and actors
  • Explaining writing scenarios: main and alternatives
  • Iterating use cases
  • To refine use cases with stakeholders
  • Explaining extension scenarios
  • To verify use case completeness
  • Diagramming scenarios with UML

Generating Interface Requirements

  • To support use cases with user interface mock-ups
  • To compare types of interface
  • Producing interface models
  • Explaining prototyping
  • Explaining Modeling interfaces with UML state diagrams

Data Requirements

  • To explore the use cases and the interface
  • To determine data business rules
  • To represent data models with UML class diagrams
  • Explaining Associations
  • To add associations' multiplicity

Nonfunctional Requirements

  • Obtaining volumetric
  • Classifying nonfunctional requirements using FURPS
  • Documenting nonfunctional requirements

Validating Requirements and Producing Test Scenarios

  • To achieve well-formed requirements through validation
  • Reviewing requirements with walkthroughs
  • To verify requirements with inspections
  • Generating use case tests from requirements
  • To ensure testability of requirements
  • Extrapolating test scripts and scenarios from requirements
  • To relate requirements to system and UA testing

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