The most common types of software requirements are:
- Business Requirements (BR)
- Market Requirements (MR)
- Functional Requirements (FR) – Use Cases.
- Non-Functional Requirements (NFR)
- UI Requirements (UIR)
What are the types of requirements?
There are four requirement types within three distinct requirement levels:
- (A) Business Requirements Level. (1) Business Requirement Type.
- (B) User Requirements Level. (2) User Requirement Type.
- (C) System Requirements Level. (3) Functional Requirement Type.
How do you define software requirements?
A software requirements specification (SRS) is a document that describes what the software will do and how it will be expected to perform. An SRS describes the functionality the product needs to fulfill all stakeholders (business, users) needs.
What are the different requirements gathering techniques?
Requirement Gathering Techniques
- Brainstorming. Brainstorming is used in requirement gathering to get as many ideas as possible from group of people.
- Document Analysis.
- Focus Group.
- Interface analysis.
- Requirement Workshops.
What are examples of non functional requirements?
Some typical non-functional requirements are:
- Performance – for example Response Time, Throughput, Utilization, Static Volumetric.