Familiarize yourself with an effective method for defining a set of requirements for 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 five key requirements engineering activities: elicitation of requirements, documentation and specifications, analysis and functional decomposition, requirements management, and verification and validation of requirements. Learn about the principles and characteristics of organizing a well written requirements specification.
Prerequisite: EECS X491.81 Foundations of the Systems Engineering Process OR equivalent experience.