Professional Development Seminar Series Event
Systems Requirements Engineering
August 6-7, 2012
Requirements analysis and specification development are the most important contribution at the onset of a program/project. It will set a corrective direction to guide the program/project, preventing the later-on redesign and rework. This course will help you familiarize with an effective method for defining a set of requirements of a system. The focus is on the initial problem space definition, defining user needs, concept of operations, systems, segment, subsystem requirements, and architecture. Gain an understanding of the following requirements engineering activities: elicitation of requirements, system requirements analysis, requirements integration, interface requirements and control, functional analysis and architecture, requirements management, and verification and validation of requirements. Learn about the principles and characteristics of organizing well-written requirements and specifications.
- Requirements Elicitation and Analysis leading to Concept of Operations
- Systems Requirements Analysis and Requirements Fundamentals
- Requirements Integration and Management
- Specification Development
- Interface Requirements and Control
Who Should Attend
This course will be of interest to engineers, program/project managers, software engineers, Information Technology specialists, educators, and other professionals who want to learn about the systems requirements engineering.
Up to July 2, 2012
July 3-30, 2012
July 31-Aug 6, 2012
For more information and registration, visit www.aiaa.org/CourseDetail.aspx?id=7909