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1

What are the different system requirement types? (5)

- business requirements,
- user requirements,
- functional requirements,
- non-functional requirements and
- system requirements.

2

What are some examples of business requirements? (5)

- increase market share,
- shorten order processing time,
- reduce customer service cost,
- improve responsiveness to customers and
- provide mobile account access.

3

What are some examples of user requirements? (5)

- schedule appointments,
- place customer orders,
- order inventory,
- determine credit line and
- view account balances.

4

Functional requirements evolve from...?

User requirements. If the user requirement is to book an appointment, the functional requirements may be:
- find available appointment slot,
- select appointment,
- record appointment, and
- confirm appointment.

5

What are system requirements?

Describe how to create the product .

6

What are some examples of non-functional requirements? (5)

- ability to run on handheld devices,
- ability to work on any web browser,
- certain user access requirements,
- availability ie 24 hour, and
- distinguish currencies.

7

What is a requirements definition?

Straight forward text report that lists the functional and no-functional requirements.

8

What is the definition of requirement?

A statement of what the system must do or what characteristics it needs to have.

9

What is the definition of non-functional requirement?

A characteristic the system should have.

10

What is the definition of functional requirement?

Description of what the software should do.

11

What is the definition of user requirements

Description of what the user needs to do.

12

What is the definition of system requirement?

Description on how the system should be built.

13

What is the definition of business requirement?

Description of the business needs.

14

Are security reuirements functional or non-functional?

Non-functional requirement.

15

Are operational requirements functional or non-functional?

Non-functional.

16

Are cultural and political requirements functional or non-functional?

Non-functional.

17

Are performance requirements functional or non-functional?

Non-functional.

18

Are process oriented requirements functional or non-functional?

Functional.

19

Are informational oriented requirements functional or non-functional?

Functional.

20

What is the description of information-oriented requirements?

Information the system must contain.

21

What is the description of cultural or political requirements?

Factors which are related to a country , area, company policy, or legal requirement.

22

What is the description of operational requirements?

The physical and technical environments n which the system will operate.

23

What is the description of performance requirements?

The speed, capacity, and reliability of a system.

24

What is the description of process-oriented requirements?

A process the system must perform or process the system must do.

25

What is the description of security requirements?

Who has authorised access to the system under what circumstances.