Managing Software Requirements: A Use Case Approach



Managing Software Requirements: A Use Case ApproachMany Projects Fail Because Developers Fail To Build The Right Thing Developers Of Any Kind Of Application Should Read This BookGrady BoochA Comprehensive Solution To The Requirements Challenges Faced By Every Development Team Full Of Insight And Ideas All Developers Can Learn FromIvar JacobsonDespite The Wealth Of Development Knowledge, Experience, And Tools Available Today, A Substantial Percentage Of Software Projects Fail, Often Because Requirements Are Not Correctly Determined And Defined At The Outset, Or Are Not Managed Correctly As The Project Unfolds This Second Edition Of The Popular Text Managing Software Requirements Focuses On This Critical Cause Of Failure And Offers A Practical, Proven Approach To Building Systems That Meet Customers Needs On Time And Within Budget.Using An Accessible Style, Their Own War Stories, And A Comprehensive Case Study, The Authors Show How Analysts And Developers Can Effectively Identify Requirements By Applying A Variety Of Techniques, Centered On The Power Of Use Cases The Book Illustrates Proven Techniques For Determining, Implementing, And Validating Requirements It Describes Six Vital Team Skills For Managing Requirements Throughout The Lifecycle Of A Project Analyzing The Problem, Understanding User Needs, Defining The System, Managing Scope, Refining The System Definition, And Building The Right System Managing Software Requirements, Second Edition, Specifically Addresses The Ongoing Challenge Of Managing Change And Describes A Process For Assuring That Project Scope Is Successfully Defined And Agreed Upon By All Stakeholders.Topics Covered Include The Five Steps In Problem AnalysisBusiness Modeling And System EngineeringTechniques For Eliciting Requirements From Customers And StakeholdersEstablishing And Managing Project ScopeApplying And Refining Use CasesProduct ManagementTransitioning From Requirements To Design And ImplementationTransitioning From Use Cases To Test CasesAgile Requirements Methods

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  • Hardcover
  • 502 pages
  • Managing Software Requirements: A Use Case Approach
  • Dean Leffingwell
  • English
  • 17 February 2017
  • 032112247X

10 thoughts on “Managing Software Requirements: A Use Case Approach

  1. Christophe Addinquy says:

    This is THE book on managing requirements in Unified Process.This is certainly not the book of choice about how to manage requirements as a business analyst, for instance However, this text presents a very broad range of tools and practices in this field It s even probably the most comprehensive one that I know Of course each topic can t be handled in depth, but each one is pretty well presented and it s abious that the author master his subject very well.It would be not my book of choice on This is THE book on managing requirements in Unified Process.This is certainly not the book of choice about how to manage requirements as a business analyst, for instance However, this text presents a very broad range of tools and practices in this field It s even probably the most comprehensive one that I know Of course each topic can t be handled in depth, but each one is pretty well presented and it s abious that the author master his subject very well.It would be not my book of choice on requirements management, but it s a very good introduction to each and every practice The reading is relevant even outside the context of Unified Process

  2. Murat Öğüt says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Biraz eski kafa, g ncel gruplar n tercih etmesine gerek yok.

  3. Moayad Taibah says:

    Chapters Read 1,3,4,5,6,7,10,11,12,13,14,22,23,27,29 Lefingwell describes requirements analysis and specification in great detail in this book He tackles the process of understanding the problem, stakeholders, and coming up with a solution in a step by step guideor less , while addressing some of the common issues of eliciting and specifying requirements The author did tackle the issue of choosing the correct requirement methodology, and he did address the agile method However, I do n Chapters Read 1,3,4,5,6,7,10,11,12,13,14,22,23,27,29 Lefingwell describes requirements analysis and specification in great detail in this book He tackles the process of understanding the problem, stakeholders, and coming up with a solution in a step by step guideor less , while addressing some of the common issues of eliciting and specifying requirements The author did tackle the issue of choosing the correct requirement methodology, and he did address the agile method However, I do not believe that they were given justice The book spends most of its chapters explaining the steps to produce an SRS document but this does not reflect most of the current industry standards, as most of them follow one of the agile methodologies and have left the traditional methods behind.In the end, I would recommend this book to someone who is new to the software engineering field But I don t think it holds a lot of information for a veteran

  4. Brant Gurganus says:

    The was one textbook I actually read completely in college It was absolutely terrible Its points were obvious Its case study was imaginary so it wasn t really a case study This is a poor model for a textbook.

  5. Lori Grant says:

    A should read book on product management for knowledge workers and entrepreneurs.

  6. Scott says:

    This text was part of a graduate requirements course in software engineering

  7. Sathish Kumar says:

    very best for PG students

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