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Requirements Engineering By Guy Beauchamp
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Who is the manual for? • Business Analysts who know the subject area and don’t need a classroom based course • Business Analysts who already know the fundamentals of what business... More > analysis is all about • Business Analysts who have already captured requirements, modelled business processes and perhaps even modelled data requirements on a change project involving computerised solutions • Business Analysts who have familiarity with the principle concepts of computers Key points: - Most exams in Requirements Definition certificate focus is on defining and managing requirements – common jargon used is Requirements Engineering - This manual focuses solely on what you would need in order to pass exams in Requirements Definition - The manual format is to present each section of the syllabus in order and each section will contain o Information you need to know about the section o Suggestions for further reading o Exam style revision question o Mock exam when you have completed the manual< Less
Engineering By David Boyce
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The usual route into Engineering comes through the gaining of specific Engineering qualifications at University level. The A level candidate will probably have studied Maths, Physics and D&T in... More > secondary school. In recent years students have been increasingly opting for vocational career pathways and this includes into Engineering. Therefore the teaching of the skills required by an engineer, should not be saved for further education but should be interwoven into the teaching and learning of STEM subjects at the secondary school level. Cross curricular Engineering requires all STEM subjects to look at their own classroom practice and develop learning experiences that require creative, practical hands on problem solving, using materials to produce a desired outcome. This book is a collection of Physics experiments that require the student to solve problems using Engineering.< Less
Systems Opportunities and Requirements By Alain Faisandier
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It is commonly established that people facing a new problem, issue or opportunity, think immediately in terms of solution, without spending sufficient time on the problem space. The consequence is... More > that the solution is generally not well adapted to its context of use, or does not satisfy the users’ expectations; at worst the solution is rejected, and this generates a loss of energy, money and motivation. This practical guideline contains what is necessary to know for characterizing a contextual situation, identifying issues, problems, or opportunities, initiating the engineering of a potential System of Interest (new or updated product, service, enterprise) that could answer them, and defining the applicable stakeholder requirements and corresponding system requirements. This volume, part of the series Engineering and Architecting Multidisciplinary Systems, is intended for professionals who have to initiate the engineering of potential complex or multidisciplinary systems, for professors and students.< Less
Software Requirements and Design By Bashar Nuseibeh & Pamela Zave
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Subtitled "The Work of Michael Jackson," this book spans the career of one of software engineering's most important figures. Half the chapters are an anthology of Jackson's past... More > writings, exemplifying the clarity, wisdom, and wit for which he is so well known. The other half of the book is new: Jackson and his colleagues gives their latest views on requirements, specifications, design, problem frames, and programming methods. Although many people have observed that software development should be more of an engineering discipline, few have drawn from the wider engineering literature more deeply or usefully than Jackson. Because of his work, many software engineers have a better perspective on their software and the real world it is intended to serve.< Less
An Introduction to Electric Power Requirements for Buildings By J. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A. - Editor
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This publication provides and introduction to electric power requirements for buildings.
An Introduction to Accessibility Standards: Minimum Requirements By J. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A. - Editor
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This publication provides an introduction to minimum requirements for handicapped accessibility and related infrastructure.
“Security Mechanisms for Software Requirement Analysis” By Dr. R. SARANYA
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Software Requirement is the top most essential stage in software development as user requirements gathering is more significant in success of a large project. Requirements engineering (RE) is a... More > synchronized attempt to allow clients, users, and software engineers in mutual formulation assumptions, constraints, and goals for better software solution. Basically, RE is elaborated in stages of elicitation, specification and validation. Requirement engineering is an essential phase of the software development lifecycle and it acts as the source for developing successful software with better understanding of requirements in the primary stage. It holds a variety of tasks for collecting requirements based on the user constraints and needs and also depends on stakeholders of the software product. Requirement Elicitation is the process of determining, understanding, reporting, and realizing the user requirements and constraints for the system.< Less
Minimizing Energy Requirements for Time Travel By Richard Lighthouse
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This short technical note provides a possible solution for minimizing the energy required for time travel. By utilizing parallel universes with smaller changes for the speed of light (dc) over the... More > same time interval, a 3-step process can be used to get to the same destination, but with a lower energy consumption (electric charge). Parallel universes may also be described as alternate probabilities. Possible limitations of the model are discussed and suggestions for further efforts. This paper will only be meaningful to those with a background in math, physics, and/or engineering.< Less
Software Engineering By Goran Bezanov
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This textbook is intended to introduce the reader to the various aspects of a software engineering project. I describe the waterfall, exploratory programming, prototyping and other approaches to... More > software engineering. This is followed by modelling to include a brief description of the Unified Modelling Language (UML). Requirements engineering is presented as the starting point of project management. This leads to design, which considers the programming paradigms as well as to the overall system architecture. I briefly cover fault tree analysis as well as Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Failure Modes, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) and Hazard and Operability (HAZOP). Testing helps to validate and verify the software product. I briefly cover white box and black box testing with emphasis on the procedures during testing. I cover quality assurance to include planning and control. Boehm’s COCOMO models provide a good starting point for estimating cost.< Less
Systems Engineering By Andreas Sofroniou
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This Systems Engineering book is mostly concerned with the systems architecture, the development, and the management of the people involved; the system engineering practitioners who work on their... More > own, and those who work in groups to design the systems applicable to users, in multi-national corporations, academia, and government departments. Based on the contents, training courses can be prepared to suit the candidates, mainly workshops concerned with human-computer interactions, and systems development. In systems engineering, the major theme is the responsibility to the system user, and the company; to help with their problems and requirements in designing and developing a system. The book covers systems engineering, and emergent technologies as a service given to all types of businesses, in most environments and as a tool at work.< Less

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