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Your company has got a project for developing a software system. A similar software system was developed in your previous company. You discover that your company's interpretation of requirements is different from the interpretation taken by your previous company. Cost of project will tremendously increase if ambiguities in requirements are not resolved. You have also an ethical responsibility of confidentiality to your previous company. Discuss what you should do in such a situation?

Note that GDB will remain open for 2 days only (from 11th Feb to 12th Feb, 2013) and no extra time will be given for posting the answer. Therefore, make sure that you submit your answer within the given time. 

 
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i think hm previous  COMPANY ka experience yahan b use krain gy....agree or not rpl????

requirement chahy different hein bt hm kuch tu es software mein b apply krain gy e?? yes or not ???

ya. I also think we can easily use our previous experience and if we have made our previous software easy to understand and consistent then we can easily use this.........

nahi
requirements different hone ki waja se hum previous project ki tech use nahi kare ge kun k ye copyright aur requirement k khilaf ha

i think so

My point is that:

employeee na apny previous company k secrets ko leake out nai krna.

just apna knowledge or skills ko utilize krna ha.

i am agree with you

PAR USER K ACCORDING TO NAHI HOON GAY. PREVIOUS COMPANY K REQUIREMENTS UN K USER K MUTABIQ THA AUR IDHAR DOSRY USER K MUTABIQ HAI

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Your company has got a project for developing a software system. A similar software system was developed in your previous company. You discover that your company's interpretation of requirements is different from the interpretation taken by your previous company. Cost of project will tremendously increase if ambiguities in requirements are not resolved. You have also an ethical responsibility of confidentiality to your previous company. Discuss what you should do in such a situation?

Note that GDB will remain open for 2 days only (from 11th Feb to 12th Feb, 2013) and no extra time will be given for posting the answer. Therefore, make sure that you submit your answer within the given time. 


Also before posting your answer, keep the following important instructions in your mind.

Important Instructions:

Your answer should not exceed than 200 words.
Use the font style “Times New Roman” and font size “12”.
Your answer should be relevant to the topic i.e. clear and concise.
Do not copy your answer from Internet or any other source. Such answers will be marked Zero (0) and may damage your grade in the course.
You cannot participate in the discussion after the due date via email or MDB.

For any further queries regarding GDB, email at cs504@vu.edu.pk.




software company interpretation of requirements

Requirements analysis, also called requirements engineering, is the process of determining user expectations for a new or modified product. These features, called requirements, must be quantifiable, relevant and detailed. In software engineering, such requirements are often called functional specifications. Requirements analysis is an important aspect of project management.

Requirements analysis involves frequent communication with system users to determine specific feature expectations, resolution of conflict or ambiguity in requirements as demanded by the various users or groups of users, avoidance of feature creep and documentation of all aspects of the project development process from start to finish. Energy should be directed towards ensuring that the final system or product conforms to client needs rather than attempting to mold user expectations to fit the requirements.

Requirements analysis is a team effort that demands a combination of hardware, software and human factors engineering expertise as well as skills in dealing with people.



Requirements analysis topics
Stakeholder identification
Contract-style requirement lists
Measurable goals
Prototypes
Use cases

In software engineering, such requirements are often called functional specifications. Requirements analysis is an important aspect of project management.

Requirements analysis involves frequent communication with system users to determine specific feature expectations, resolution of conflict or ambiguity in requirements as demanded by the various users or groups of users, avoidance of feature creep and documentation of all aspects of the project development process from start to finish. Energy should be directed towards ensuring that the final system or product conforms to client needs rather than attempting to mold user expectations to fit the requirements.

Requirements analysis is a team effort that demands a combination of hardware, software and human factors engineering expertise as well as skills in dealing with people.

Gud work

 nyc

we can develop similar software another company, but cant reuse whole part of code which may leads to software piracy

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