- You gathered all this information during elicitation,…now we need to do something with it.…Let's say on the wind farm project,…elicitation results found that the control systems…need to monitor the individual turbine performance,…as well as the aggregate wind farm performance,…and power efficiency.…This opens up a lot of questions as we'll need…to figure out the capabilities required,…the hardware, software,…and process capabilities to support this,…as well as reporting mechanisms, performance alert levels,…and how it's going to interface…with the end users who capture, analyze,…and act on the control monitoring data in some way.…
You'll want to continue asking questions…during the analysis process,…until you have a clear understanding of all…that will be needed at a detailed level,…so that your requirements documents can capture…all capabilities and how they will be delivered.…While you're eliciting the information…you'll want to consider what level…the information they're providing you is at.…Is it high-level concepts, or detailed information,…
- Differentiate among enterprise, stakeholder, and requirement analyses.
- Summarize the elicitation process.
- Explain the importance of avoiding assumptions.
- Describe how to prioritize requirements.
- Identify techniques for conducting requirements analysis.
- Recall how to create a well-formed requirements checklist.
- Explain the guidelines for conducting technical reviews.
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Reviewing the Requirements Framework
2. Gathering Requirements
3. Analyzing Requirements
4. Specifying Requirements
5. Validating Requirements
6. Managing Requirements
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