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Trips-R-You Case Study: User Interface Example

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Trips-R-You Case Study: User Interface Example
The purpose of this spreadsheet is to present an example of detailed specifications for a screen-based user interface. The example is part of the Trips-R-You Flight Booking Case Study. It's purpose is to provide an integrated, end-to-end set of requirement examples. 

The following case study example high-level requirements identify the need for this user interface:
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Trips-R-You Case Study: Report Example

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Trips-R-You Case Study: Report Example
The purpose of this spreadsheet is to present an example of detailed specifications for a report. The example is part of the Trips-R-You Flight Booking Case Study. It's purpose is to provide an integrated, end-to-end set of requirement examples. 

The following case study example high-level requirements identify the need for this report:
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Trips-R-You Case Study: Requirements

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Trips-R-You Case Study: Requirements

The purpose of this spreadsheet is present an integrated, end-to-end set of requirement statement examples, based on the Trips-R-You Case Study. In IIBA® BABOK® V3 terminology, end-to-end means from Business Requirements to Stakeholder Requirements to Solution and Transition Requirements. The case study, and associated artifacts, use the more traditional business terms Goals, High-level Requirements (HLRs), and Detailed Requirements.

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Trips-R-You Case Study: Data Dictionary

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Trips-R-You Case Study: Data Dictionary
Section 3 begins by presenting one additional tool - a Data Dictionary. As the detail for a given HLR is discussed, the data-specific business needs involved are captured using this tool. The idea is to add entries about record types and fields (i.e. entities and attributes) the first time their need is discussed (e.g. an HLR for a specific screen or report). Once captured, those data-specific details are available for reference when those needs come up again, as they will, during discussions involving other HLRs. The detail in the data dictionary is shown to support a transition requirement for a new or updated database schema.

Template for Conforming Requirements Documents to MIL-STD-962E Standards

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Template for Conforming Requirements Documents to MIL-STD-962E Standards
This template provides suggestions for ensuring that requirements documents conform to the
U.S. DoD’s MIL-STD-961E standards. 

Template for Writing Concise Functional Requirements Documents

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Template for Writing Concise Functional Requirements Documents
This template suggests the syntax, with examples, to create concise functional requirements documents. The template covers most conditions systems that engineers will need to account for in creating systems specifications. Furthermore, the suggested formats in this template conform with the Easy Approach to Requirements Syntax (EARS).

Basics of Product and Process Requirements

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Basics of Product and Process Requirements
Requirements are fundamental in business analysis and creating enterprise solutions. Due to the important role it plays, requirements and requirements engineering have been continuously emphasized in various business organizations. View Details
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