What analysis and modeling techniques do you use to translate business objectives into system requirements?

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srikanthpullikanti  

  • Member Since May-2008 | May 16th, 2008


When the Business Obectives are set then BA makes a Requirements documentation in which the analysis is done by various techniques like
Stakeholder interview,Goals,JRD sessions ,prototypes,usecases,SRS,Stake holders intrest and issues and Attempted soltions.

MOdelling techniques is the next step after the requirements is done by UML used for functional or logical view, code view,or development or structural view.

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Noypi

  • Feb 20th, 2007
 

  • Create project-initiation diagrams including business use cases, activity diagrams, workflow diagrams, flowcharts
  • Determine project scope and derive context diagrams and project use cases from the business diagrams
  • Detail the use cases by using activity diagrams or other techniques
  • Create high level analysis dataflow diagrams, domain class diagrams, and entity-relationship diagrams from the use cases or other high level diagrams
  • Recognize and understand the various design models, including the other relevant types of UML diagrams, detailed design entity-relationship diagrams, and decomposed dataflow diagrams
  • Determine when to use which modeling technique, following them through a project life cycle, and understand which diagrams are derived from others
  • Understand the basic concepts of normalization and decomposition so can converse intelligently on the topic and review diagrams that have been normalized or decomposed
  • When the Business Obectives are set then BA makes a Requirements documentation in which the analysis is done by various techniques like
    Stakeholder interview,Goals,JRD sessions ,prototypes,usecases,SRS,Stake holders intrest and issues and Attempted soltions.

    MOdelling techniques is the next step after the requirements is done by UML used for functional or logical view, code view,or development or structural view.

    dody1108

    • May 14th, 2010
     

    The analysis techniques that I have used:

    • Lay out business problems
    • Depicting business problems by grapical structures using MS visio, rational s/w tool, simple flowcharts
    • Well organized JAR sessions with homework
    • Well asked, documented questions to users and giving them time to answer them
    • Use case with diagrams and simple English
    • Feasibility study involving technology team
    • Capturing & clarifying non-functional requirement along with tehnology team involvement
    • Creating CAR (control-action-response) document and getting reviewed from user and technology team
    Infact, apart from using some standard documentation and analysis methodologies, well organized procedures according to your organization need, team size and geography, time frame of deliverables is more suitable, I believe.

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