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Visual Models for Software Requirementsby Joy Beatty and Anthony Chen .
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Apply best practices for capturing, analyzing, and implementing software requirements through visual models—and deliver better results for your business. The authors—experts in eliciting and visualizing requirements—walk you through a simple but comprehensive language of visual models that has been used on hundreds of real-world, large-scale projects. Build your fluency with core concepts—and gain essential, scenario-based context and implementation advice—as you progress through each chapter.
About the Author
Joy Beatty is a vice president of research and development who develops and delivers training on requirements best practices, visual models, and methodology. She has also led numerous client projects as a requirements architect.
Anthony Chen is a requirements architect who has developed a requirements training program used internationally, and helped pioneer key requirements-modeling concepts.
Table of Contents
ForewordIntroductionPart I: An Introduction to ModelsChapter 1: Introduction to RMLChapter 2: Model CategorizationPart II: Objectives ModelsChapter 3: Business Objectives ModelChapter 4: Objective ChainChapter 5: Key Performance Indicator ModelChapter 6: Feature TreeChapter 7: Requirements Mapping MatrixPart III: People ModelsChapter 8: Org ChartChapter 9: Process FlowChapter 10: Use CaseChapter 11: Roles and Permissions MatrixPart IV: Systems ModelsChapter 12: Ecosystem MapChapter 13: System FlowChapter 14: User Interface FlowChapter 15: Display-Action-ResponseChapter 16: Decision TableChapter 17: Decision TreeChapter 18: System Interface TablePart V: Data ModelsChapter 19: Business Data DiagramChapter 20: Data Flow DiagramChapter 21: Data DictionaryChapter 22: State TableChapter 23: State DiagramChapter 24: Report TablePart VI: Models in the Big PictureChapter 25: Selecting Models for a ProjectChapter 26: Using Models TogetherQuick Lookup Models GridsGeneral Guidelines for ModelsExercise AnswersGlossary
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