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The Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering (CPRE) Exam
With Contributions from
1Introduction and Foundations
1.1.1Figures and Facts from Ordinary Projects
1.1.2Requirements Engineering – What Is It?
1.1.3Embedding Requirements Engineering into Process Models
1.2Fundamentals of Communication Theory
1.3Characteristics of a Requirements Engineer
1.4Requirement Types
2System and Context Boundaries
2.1System Context
2.2Defining System and Context Boundaries
2.2.1Defining the System Boundary
2.2.2Defining the Context Boundary
2.3Documenting the System Context
3Eliciting Requirements
3.1Requirements Sources
3.1.1Stakeholders and Their Significance
3.1.2Handling Stakeholders in the Project
3.2Requirements Categorization According totheKano Model
3.3Elicitation Techniques
3.3.1Types of Elicitation Techniques
3.3.2Survey Techniques
3.3.6Support Techniques
4Documenting Requirements
4.1Document Design
4.2Types of Documentation
4.2.1The Three Perspectives of Requirements
4.2.2Requirements Documentation using Natural Language
4.2.3Requirements Documentation using Conceptual Models
4.2.4Hybrid Requirements Documents
4.3Document Structures
4.3.1Standardized Document Structures
4.3.2Customized Standard Contents
4.4Using Requirements Documents
4.5Quality Criteria for Requirements Documents
4.5.1Unambiguity and Consistency
4.5.2Clear Structure
4.5.3Modifiability and Extendibility
4.5.4Completeness
4.5.5Traceability
4.6Quality Criteria for Requirements
5Documenting Requirements inNatural Language
5.1Effects of Natural Language
5.1.1Nominalization
5.1.2Nouns without Reference Index
5.1.3Universal Quantifiers
5.1.4Incompletely Specified Conditions
5.1.5Incompletely Specified Process Verbs
5.2Requirement Construction using Templates
6Model-Based Requirements Documentation
6.1The Term Model
6.1.1Properties of Models
6.1.2Modeling Languages
6.1.3Requirements Models
6.1.4Advantages of Requirements Models
6.1.5Combined Use of Models and Natural Language
6.2.1Goal Documentation Using AND/OR Trees
6.2.2Example of AND/OR Trees
6.3Use Cases
6.3.1UML Use Case Diagrams
6.3.2Use Case Specifications
6.4Three Perspectives on the Requirements
6.5.1Entity-Relationship Diagrams
6.5.2UML Class Diagrams
6.6Requirements Modeling in the Functional Perspective
6.6.1Data Flow Diagrams
6.6.2Models of the Functional Perspective and Control Flow
6.6.3UML Activity Diagrams
6.7.1Statecharts
6.7.2UML State Diagrams
7Requirements Validation andNegotiation
7.1Fundamentals of Requirements Validation
7.2Fundamentals of Requirements Negotiation
7.3Quality Aspects of Requirements
7.3.1Quality Aspect “Content”
7.3.2Quality Aspect “Documentation”
7.3.3Quality Aspect “Agreement”
7.4Principles of Requirements Validation
7.4.1Principle 1: Involvement of the Correct Stakeholders
7.4.2Principle 2: Separating the Identification and the Correction ofErrors
7.4.3Principle 3: Validation from Different Views
7.4.4Principle 4: Adequate Change of Documentation Type
7.4.5Principle 5: Construction of Development Artifacts
7.4.6Principle 6: Repeated Validation
7.5Requirements Validation Techniques
7.5.1Commenting
7.5.2Inspection
7.5.3Walk-Through
7.5.4Perspective-Based Reading
7.5.5Validation through Prototypes
7.5.6Using Checklists for Validation
7.6Requirements Negotiation
8.1.1Attributes for Natural Language Requirements and Models
8.1.2Attribute Scheme
8.1.3Attribute Types of Requirements
8.2Views on Requirements
8.2.1Selective Views on the Requirements Foundation
8.2.2Condensed Views on the Requirements
8.5.1Requirements Versions
8.5.2Requirements Configurations
8.5.3Requirements Baselines
8.6Management of Requirements Changes
8.6.1Requirements Changes
8.6.2The Change Control Board
8.6.3The Change Request
8.6.4Classification of Incoming Change Requests
8.6.5Basic Method for Corrective and Adaptive Changes
9Tool Support
9.1General Tool Support
9.2Modeling Tools
9.3Requirements Management Tools
9.3.1Specialized Tools for Requirements Management
9.3.2Standard Office Applications
9.4Introducing Tools
9.5Evaluating Tools
9.5.1Project View
9.5.2User View
9.5.3Product View
9.5.4Process View
9.5.5Provider View
9.5.6Technical View
9.5.7Economic View
References
Index
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Requirements Engineering Fundamentals: A Study Guide for the Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering Exam - Foundation Level - IREB compliant

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In practice, requirements engineering tasks become more and more complex. In order to ensure a high level of knowledge and training, the International Requirements Engineering Board (IREB) worked out the training concept “Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering”, which defines a requirements engineer’s practical skills on different training levels. The book covers the different subjects of the curriculum for the “Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering” (CPRE) defined by the International Requirements Engineering Board (IREB). It supports its readers in preparing for the test to achieve the “Foundation Level” of the CPRE.

In practice, requirements engineering tasks become more and more complex. In order to ensure a high level of knowledge and training, the International Requirements Engineering Board (IREB) worked out the training concept “Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering”, which defines a requirements engineer’s practical skills on different training levels. The book covers the different subjects of the curriculum for the “Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering” (CPRE) defined by the International Requirements Engineering Board (IREB). It supports its readers in preparing for the test to achieve the “Foundation Level” of the CPRE.

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