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Requirements Engineering and Management for Software Development Projects

Benefits

  • The first book that covers all aspects of requirements management in software development projects

  • Presents the best practices and pitfalls in software engineering requirements and management in one place

  • Explains in detail the metrics used for efficient software requirements management

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Murali Chemuturi
    Pages 13-32
  3. Murali Chemuturi
    Pages 33-54
  4. Murali Chemuturi
    Pages 55-66
  5. Murali Chemuturi
    Pages 67-89
  6. Murali Chemuturi
    Pages 91-106
  7. Murali Chemuturi
    Pages 107-115
  8. Murali Chemuturi
    Pages 117-127
  9. Murali Chemuturi
    Pages 129-137
  10. Murali Chemuturi
    Pages 139-152
  11. Murali Chemuturi
    Pages 153-167
  12. Murali Chemuturi
    Pages 169-175
  13. Murali Chemuturi
    Pages 217-232
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 233-266

About this book

Introduction

Requirements Engineering and Management for Software Development Projects presents a complete guide on requirements for software development including engineering, computer science and management activities. It is the first book to cover all aspects of requirements management in software development projects. This book introduces the understanding of the requirements, elicitation and gathering, requirements analysis, verification and validation of the requirements, establishment of requirements, different methodologies in brief, requirements traceability and change management among other topics. The best practices, pitfalls, and metrics used for efficient software requirements management are also covered. Intended for the professional market, including software engineers, programmers, designers and researchers, this book is also suitable for advanced-level students in computer science or engineering courses as a textbook or reference.

Keywords

Software Development Software Project Management Software Requirements Management Software Requirements Specification User Requirements Specification

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Chemuturi ConsultantsRamakrishna PuramIndia

Bibliographic information

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Reviews

From the reviews:

“The book details a useful taxonomy for the successful specification, classification, and documentation of project functional requirements. … Although the author designed the book to be a useful textbook for students, it should also be useful for project managers who need to understand that quality results don’t just happen; they must be designed, and a successful design is built on a thorough and detailed analysis of requirements and specifications.” (David Bruce Henderson, Computing Reviews, June, 2013)