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This chapter has looked at how the planning game and the use of story cards can help us to develop a detailed requirements document. Although the requirements are changing, it is important to bring all the changes into a single document at suitable stages through the document. We considered how the different functional requirements can be integrated into a simple (extreme) model that helps us to think through how the system will work overall. These processes will be repeated as the requirements emerge and change. 9 will examine some of the issues relating to this evolution of the system and the ways it can be articulated and managed. Non-functional requirements were identi ed as a key factor in the success of a system. These need to be thought about very carefully and clear and measurable statements made about them. Estimating the resources needed to complete a project is notoriously hard, and two techniques function point analysis and object point analysis were brie y described. These can only be rough and ready guides until you get more experienced. Noting down as much detail about your team s performance and the time taken to do things will provide an ongoing and useful archive for future projects.
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1. Read Appendix A. These requirements relate to a real project that were successfully implemented using XP. 2. Prepare your own requirements document for your client for submission also to your tutor. The contents are speci ed below. Use the planning game to create the individual requirements for the document. Your requirements statement should contain the following sections and paragraphs: Introduction: a statement of the required system s purpose and objectives. Dependencies and assumptions: things that will be required for your system to meet its speci cation but which are outside your control and not your responsibility. Constraints: things that will limit the type of solution you can deliver (e.g., particular data formats, hardware platforms, legal standards). Functional requirements: you are advised to prioritize your requirements into those that are Mandatory Aesirable Optional Non-functional requirements: with accurate de nitions and an indication of how they are to be measured and the level required.
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Below is a simple tabular template that could be used for some of the functional and nonfunctional requirements. It includes a column for trying to set priorities for the individual requirements and to identify the risk of change in the requirement, a dif cult thing to estimate but worthwhile for planning purposes.
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The company wanted an intranet that provided support for many of their business activities and also their personnel management. The site would contain information about the various company activities, a diary system, and templates for administrative tasks such as the submission of illness and absence forms. The users would be able to log on remotely to carry out tasks as well as from within the company of ces. The customer was able to maintain a very close relationship with the development team and had a clear idea of what the company needed. There were three teams using XP working on this project, each competing with all the others. Initially, all the teams thought that the project would take 10 weeks. It didn t quite work out like that. When the rst team delivered their rst increment, they discovered something important that had not emerged from the planning game. The company had a service agreement with a third-party network solutions company that provided the computer system and the Internet connection for the customer. This led to a
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