This is the ultimate nonfunctional requirements course! Upon completion you will be able to apply a user-focused approach and classify 19 common nonfunctional requirement categories into 3 groups, and access hundreds of written nonfunctional requirement examples.
You Will Learn About
Complex Nature of NFRs
The user-focused nonfunctional classification presented in this course helps an organization combat the subjective, relative, and integrated nature of these vital, yet frequently overlooked requirements.
Anatomy of a Nonfunctional Category
This course describes common nonfunctional categories that apply to software systems. Your organization might determine that additional categories are necessary based on the particular products and services offered. The components of the Anatomy of a Nonfunctional Category provides a simple pattern for developing and defining additional categories beyond those presented.
How to Reduce the Risk of Missing NFRs
Industry challenges contribute to the difficulty of understanding nonfunctional requirements including: no agreed upon complete list of nonfunctional characteristics, no industry-accepted definition of the term nonfunctional, and no single, uniform classification of nonfunctional attributes. This course shares six activities that your organization can apply to save time and money by avoiding the consequences of missed nonfunctional requirements.
Nonfunctional requirements can be classified based on the user’s need for software quality. Addressing a user concern will necessitate the formulation of a number of functional requirements, but the user concerns will also act to constrain other requirements that are characteristic of nonfunctional requirements. User concerns for software quality are grouped under three important aspects: its operational characteristics, its ability to undergo change, and its adaptability to new environments.
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1. Nonfunctional Requirements Introduction
1. Nonfunctional Requirements Course Roadmap 5:06
2. Are The Definitions Dysfunctional? 8:12
3. Vital, Yet Why So Difficult? 5:13
4. A User-Focused Approach 7:38
5. Anatomy of a Nonfunctional Category 6:47
6. How to Reduce Risk of Missing Nonfunctional Requirements 8:49
2. Case Study Project Introduction
7. Case Study Roadmap 4:11
8. Entities in the Scope of the Case Study 6:46
9. Current-State Relationship Map 5:33
10. Project Scope Relationship Map 5:18
3. Operation Group
11. Operation Group Introduction 3:03
12. Access Security 13:01
13. Accessibility 16:13
14. Availability 9:08
15. Confidentiality 19:33
16. Efficiency 10:38
17. Integrity 8:51
18. Reliability 10:59
19. Safety 8:05
20. Survivability 12:15
21. Usability 8:21
4. Revision Group
22. Revision Group Introduction 2:21
23. Flexibility 10:25
24. Maintainability 12:37
25. Modifiability 9:48
26. Scalability 8:08
27. Verifiability 12:39
5. Transition Group
28. Transition Group Introduction 2:10
29. Installability 15:15
30. Interoperability 8:32
31. Portability 9:00
32. Reusability 11:29
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Roxanne Miller, retired CBAP
The Requirements Super Freak has been involved in the Information Technology (IT) industry since 1984 and founded Requirements Quest® in 2001. She has been consulting on requirements process improvement and business analysis practices for over 20 years. Roxanne earned a bachelor degree in Management Information Systems (MIS) at the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire, USA.
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