Mastering CPRE – The Essential Guide to Succeed in CPRE Examination from IREB [System access]

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Table of Contents

  1. Introduction.. 10

1.1. About CPRE®… 10

1.2. Symptoms and causes of deficient requirements engineering. 13

1.3. Symptoms of inadequate requirements engineering. 17

1.4. Four major activities of requirements engineers. 21

1.5. Role of communication in requirements engineering. 23

1.6. Skills of a requirements engineer. 24

1.7. Three (3) types of requirements. 28

  1. System and Context Boundaries. 34

2.1. System context, system boundary and context boundary. 35

2.2. Gray zone between system and system context. 38

  1. Eliciting Requirements. 43

3.1. Three types of requirements sources. 43

3.2. Stakeholders and their Significance. 44

3.3. Handling Stakeholders in the Project. 45

3.4. Elicitation techniques. 49

3.5. Creativity Techniques. 57

3.6. Change of perspectives. 59

3.7. Analogy techniques. 62

3.8. Document-centric techniques. 64

  1. Documenting requirements. 71

4.1. Reasons for documentation.. 71

4.2. Types of documentation.. 73

4.3. Requirements documentation using natural language. 74

4.4. Requirements documentation using conceptual models. 75

4.5. Hybrid requirements documents. 79

4.6. Quality criteria for requirements documents. 88

4.7. Quality criteria for requirements. 90

4.8. Glossary. 95

  1. Documenting requirements in Natural Language. 99

5.1. Mastering and using five transformational effects. 99

5.2. Formulating requirements using requirements templates. 104

  1. Model-Based requirements Documentation.. 108

6.1. Understanding models-based requirements documentation.. 108

6.2. Requirement goals. 112

6.3. Use cases. 113

6.4. Requirements perspectives. 120

6.5. Requirements modeling in functional perspective. 125

6.6. Requirements modeling in behavioral perspective. 130

  1. Requirements Validation and Negotiation.. 134

7.1. Validating requirements. 134

7.2. Requirements conflicts. 135

7.3. Quality Aspects of requirements. 136

7.4. Principles of requirements validation.. 141

7.5. Requirements validation.. 144

7.6. Requirements negotiation.. 158

  1. Requirements management. 167

8.1. Requirements attribute schemes. 168

8.2. Requirement views. 172

8.3. Prioritizing requirements. 174

8.4. Requirements prioritization techniques. 175

8.5. Requirements Traceability. 178

8.6. Requirements versioning. 185

8.7. Requirements configurations. 186

8.8. Requirements baselines. 188

8.9. Management of requirements changes. 189

  1. Requirements tools. 197

9.1. Types of tools. 197

9.2. Introducing tools. 205

9.3. Evaluating tools. 207