Creating the Speci cation Sections in .NET

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31.5 Creating the Speci cation Sections
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Specification Developer Analysis System System Purpose Purpose Mission Mission Application(s) Application(s) Phase of Phase of Operation Operation Phase Phase Objective(s) Objective(s) Use Case(s) Use Case(s) Operational Operational Capability(s) Capability(s) Elaborated Elaborated Capability(s) Capability(s) 2.0 3.0
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 Scope Spe cif 1.2 Purpose Ou icatio 1.3 System Overview n tln REFERENCED DOCUMENTS e REQUIREMENTS 3.1 Operational Performance Characteristics 3.1.1 System Entity Definition 3.1.2 System Mission(s) 3.1.3 Phases of Operation Pre-Mission Phase Operational Capabilities Operational Capability Requirement . Operational Capability Requirement Mission Phase Operational Capabilities Operational Capability Requirement Operational Capability Requirement Op l. Capability Reqmts. ... Op l. Capability Reqmts. Post-Mission Phase Operational Capabilities 3.1.4 Mission Reliability 3.1.5 System Maintainability 3.1.6 System Availability .
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Figure 31.6 De ning a Speci cation s Section 3.1 Operational Characteristics (Level 1 system)
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Structural Analysis SYSTEM/Entity A1 A2
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 Scope Ou 1.2 Purpose tlin 1.3 System Overview e REFERENCED DOCUMENTS REQUIREMENTS 3.1 Operational Performance Characteristics 3.1.1 System Definition 3.1.2 System Mission(s) 3.1.3 System Phases of Operation .. 3.2 System Capabilities 3.2.1 System Capability Architecture 3.2.2 Phase-Based Capability Application Matrix 3.2.3 Capability #A1 Capability #A11 . 3.2.3._ Capability #A1_ 3.2.4 Capability #A2 3.2.5 Capability #A3 3.2.6 Capability #A4 3.3 System Interfaces 3.4 Design & Construction Constraints ...
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Figure 31.7 Specifying SYSTEM/Entity Capabilities using the Architecture-Based Approach (Level 2
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Speci cation development approaches ARE NOT foolproof. Approaches are ONLY as GOOD as the analysts who identify and specify the requirements. However, the model-based structured analysis approach is superior to the feature-based method for ensuring more complete coverage of SYSTEM capability requirements during all phases and modes of operation.
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SYSTEM/entity speci cations offer a number of challenges to their developers. Based on lessons learned from developing speci cations, here are some suggestions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. AVOID stating CSOW tasks as speci cation requirements. Understand the User s problem and solution spaces. Validate operational requirements with the User. State requirements using terminology familiar to the stakeholders; create lower level speci cations using terminology familiar to the developers. Specify the RIGHT solution space and system. Adequately bound the solution space and OPERATING ENVIRONMENT. Identify system threats and priorities. AVOID dictating a system design solution. Specify requirements that state WHAT rather than HOW. Delineate threshold requirements from goal-based objective requirements. Explicitly identify and bound external reference requirements. Select the minimum veri cation method to prove compliance at the least cost. AVOID writing incomplete requirements. AVOID writing subjective requirements that are open to interpretation. AVOID duplicating, con icting, and missing requirements. AVOID requiring unnecessary precision and accuracy. Ensure requirements consistency and completeness within and across speci cations. Balance technical, technology, support, cost, and schedule risk. Assign speci cation development and ownership accountability. Identify and scope veri cation methods. Establish and maintain requirements traceability. Provide de nitions of key terms, notes, and assumptions to clarify meanings. Prioritize requirements for implementation and cost purposes. Include system block diagrams (SBDs) if they CLARIFY and DO NOT con ict with textbased requirements. Elicit stakeholder requirements and review comments.
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When a speci cation reaches a level of maturity, conduct a speci cation review with stakeholders. There are several ways of conducting these reviews.
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Some individuals and organizations conduct speci cation reviews on a line-by-line basis that consumes hours.
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An alternative approach is to distribute the document electronically, request that comments be inserted as changes in a different color font, and returned. Review the comments and incorporate those that make sense; follow up with the stakeholder for comments that require clari cation. Based on the collection of review comments, identify any major issues and conduct a review with the stakeholders. The purpose of this review is to simply resolve major issues. Based on the results of the review, update the document for the next review or approval for baselining and release. This approach avoids consuming hours of stakeholder time changing happy to glad on a lineby-line basis.