A comprehensive, practical approach to understanding System Requirements Analysis (SRA), a process that allows engineers to define the requirements for a system as efficiently and quickly as possible - and with careful attention to quality. The author covers the fundamental applications of the process, and also explores in depth SRA methods for the system engineer interested in applying the entire process to a new project. The methods discussed here have been used successfully in aerospace engineering, but are broadly applicable to any system development project, regardless of size. The book also shows software engineers how to define their "customer requirements" in order to take advantage of the many good computer-aided software engineering tools and methodologies currently available.
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The most thorough, in-depth, book-length treatment of Systems Requirements Analysis ever offered.From the Back Cover:
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Systems Requirements Analysis
Jeffrey O. Grady
President of JOG Systems Engineering, Inc.
University Of California, San Diego
. Complete overview of the basic principles involved in setting up a Systems Requirements Analysis program, including how to set up the initial specifications that define both the problems and parameters of an engineering program.
. Defines an engineering system and how it must be broken down into a series of process steps, beginning with a definition of the problems to be solved.
. Covers various analytical approaches to systems requirements, including structural analysis and functional analysis.
. Shows how to develop a requirements budget and calculate project financial margins.
Systems Requirements Analysis will give the professional systems engineer the tools to set up a proper and effective analysis of what resources, schedules, and parts that will be needed in order to successfully undertake and complete any large, complex project. The book offers a methodology for rationally breaking a large project down into a series of stepwise questions and categorical "needs list” to determine a schedule and establish a plan for specific provisions and tools that are required to complete the project at hand.
Systems Requirements Analysis emphasizes the need to lay out a clear technique for identifying what an engineering project is expected to accomplish, what will be needed to start and complete the project, and what is the most optimal use of those needed resources. It will enable the professional engineer to make sure a project has a successful launch before it is too late to make critical planning changes.
Introduction; Requirements Foundation; Traditional Structured Analysis; Computer Software Structured Analysis; Specification Content Standards; Requirements Management; Computer Applications; Closing
Gilb/Competitive Engineering: A Handbook for Systems Requirements and Software Engineering Management Using Planguage ( 0-7506-6507-6)
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