CS708 : Software Requirement Engineering

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Course Info

Course Category

Computer Science/Information Technology

Course Level


Credit Hours





Dr. Ghulam Ahmad Farrukh
Ph.D Software Engineering
George Mason University, USA

Course Contents

Introduction to Software Requirements Engineering, Non Functional Requirements, Kinds of Software Requirements, Requirements from the User/Customer’s Perspective, Process Models and Requirement Engineering Process, Actors and Stakeholders in the Requirements Engineering Process, Social and Cultural Issues in Requirements Engineering, Requirements Elicitation - Stages, Basics of Knowledge Acquisition, Knowledge Structuring Techniques, Specific Elicitation Techniques Including: Interviewing, Scenarios, Prototyping and Participant Observation; Requirements Analysis - Incomplete Requirements, Inconsistent Requirements, Analysis Checklists; Requirements Analysis and Negotiation, Requirements Errors - Impact of Requirements Errors, Error Prevention in Requirements, Defect Removal, Requirements Validation, Requirements Management - Stable and Volatile Requirements, Requirements Identification Techniques, Change Management; Requirements Traceability, Prototyping, Writing Requirements, Requirements Document, Quality Attributes of Requirements Document, Use Case Modeling (Case Study: Banking System), Software Modeling, Object-Oriented Modeling Using UML, Object-Oriented Static Modeling (Case Study: Banking System), Functional Modeling (Case Study: Banking System), Dynamic Modeling (Case Study: Banking System), Requirements Engineering for Agile Methods, Requirements Engineering for Web-Based Systems, Requirements Engineering for Product Lines, Requirements Prioritization.