Wednesday, April 08, 2020

Inverse Requirments in Software Engineering | Software Requirement Engineering

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Inverse Requirments in Software Engineering | Software Requirement Engineering

Software requirment engineering the sub-field of Software Engineering and the field about which we never care a alot. When ever we talk about the Software Requirement engineering we talk about the Function and Non-Functional requirments most of the time. 

We never pay attention to further types of requirments there are other requirments as well
  1. Inverse Requirements
  2. Domain Requirments
  3. Organizational Requirments
In this lecture we will discuss about the Inverse Requirements . Inverse requirments means describing something in should not way. Sometime people find it easy to describe things in this manner. People like to describe what a system should not do instead of  what a system should do. Sometime people who are unable to make decision chose this way to present their requirements for software. 

Sometime the software are of general type which the client want you to develop so most of the things are pre understood that these things will be part of the software so if someone cut of some requirements He will define that in inverse form.
For Example:  POS is the common software and developers know what are the things a POS should have. 
But if the client want you to reduce a future He will define it in inverse form.
He may say POS should not have the discount option.

May be the Client is open to usage of any color in the Software UI but hates the usage of specific color so He may say don’t use this color.

Video Lecture on the Inverse Requirements:

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