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Maiden08

  1. Neil Maiden
  2. User Requirements and System Requirements
  3. IEEE Software Magazine V25n2(MAr/Apr 2008)pp60-
  4. = USER SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
  5. Distinguish user requirements from system requirements.
  6. Need both, separately.
  7. A user requirement comes from a user and describes a new property of the domain or business process. Goals.
  8. A system requirement describes a desirable property of the new system. The system shall .... Use cases or other structured text.
  9. Implementing system requirements should lead to satisfying user requirements -- Satisfaction arguments.
  10. It is a design task to move from user to system requirements.

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