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Requirements Modeling


Duration: Half-day

Target Audience: Business Analysts, Developers, Testers, Project Managers, Systems Liaison Staff, Software Quality Assurance staff

This session introduces the fundamentals of Business Requirements Modeling. The course delves into the differences between requirements modeling which is used for analytical purposes and the rigorous design and programming modeling represented by the UML. The purpose and benefits of the major model types are explained. The value of models in verifying and eliciting requirements is discussed. Group and individual exercises are worked for each type utilizing a consistent case study. The exercises reinforce the lecture materials and give students confidence in their own abilities.

Introduction to Business Requirements Modeling
The elements of Requirements Engineering
The Business Analyst's analysis responsibilities
The Model Types and Exercises
- Context Diagrams
- Use Case Diagrams
- Class Diagrams
- State Transition Diagrams
- Dialogue Maps
- Data Flow Diagrams
- Entity-Relationship Diagrams
- Prototyping considerations

Prerequisites: Familiarity with software development


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