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New Post 4/1/2008 5:23 AM
User is offline priya
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Terms used in SRS preparation 
Modified By priya  on 4/1/2008 6:25:31 AM)


i am working as a management consultant and my profile is same as a business analyst in e-Governance domain. But we do not use any tool during requirement gathering. My profile is

  • Requirement gathering
  • Study the existing system
  • Capture the work flow
  • Prepare SRS
  • Co-ordinating with the software development team

We have never used any specific tools for this........since i joined as a fresher here, i did not get any guidance here.Based upon the previous documents we are carrying out things now. so i do not know the Terms we are using like in Functional Requirement Specification we use 'Ability to....' , 'Provision to....' etc. but i do not know the exact term for this..........

Could you please guide me in these regards..What are the terms we use in SRS??Steps to follow while preparing SRS.........etc

New Post 4/1/2008 4:17 PM
User is offline bas
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Re: Terms used in SRS preparation 
Modified By Adrian M.  on 4/2/2008 2:05:22 AM)

The best start would be Software Requirements, Second Edition by Karl E. Wiegers. It really must read.

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