Market_Desc: Software Designers/Developers and Systems Analysts, Managers/Engineers of Organizational Process Improvement Programmers. Special Features: Am Reputable and authoritative authors.Am Written in a clear and easy to read format, packed full of jargon-free and unthreatening advice.Am Structured as FAQs (questions and answers) - an ideal format for busy practitioners.Am Cover quotes from leading software gurus. About The Book: Requirements Engineering is a new term for an old problem, in the past known as Systems Analysis (and also Knowledge Elicitation). Requirements constitute the earliest phase of the software development cycle. Requirements are precise statements that reflect the needs of customers and users of an intended computer system, e.g. a word processor must include a spell-checker, security access is to be given to authorized personnel only, updates to customer information must be made every 10 seconds.Requirements engineering is being recognized as increasingly important - no other aspect of software engineering has enjoyed as much growth in recent years. More and more organizations are either improving their requirements engineering process or thinking about doing so.About The Book: Requirements Engineering is a new term for an old problem, in the past known as Systems Analysis (and also Knowledge Elicitation). Requirements constitute the earliest phase of the software development cycle.
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