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Requirements - What they are and why they are important
No product or service can ever be built to last without having a good understanding of its intended use and its user base.
Look around and you will be able to identify many products or services that have succeeded and those that have failed. Dig deeper and one of the root causes for its success or lack of, would be due to poor understanding of its intended use and its user base.
This ‘understanding’ of the intended use of the product or service, and who is going to use the product or service is in essence, Requirement or Requirements. So, when ever someone asks, What do you want, What is the problem, What do you do today to overcome the problem, What can I do for you or a similar line of questioning, all they are trying to do is to understand your current problem and in turn, enabling you to frame the requirements to help solve the problem through a product or service.
So, A requirement is something that a product or service must fulfill or a quality it must have.
- The actions performed by a product are called Functional Requirements.
- The qualities or properties that a product must have are called Nonfunctional Requirements.
- Issues that have an impact on the functional or nonfunctional requirements are called Constraints. These are also a type of requirement.
An orderly process is required to discover, analyze, validate, document and manage the requirements. However the formality and rigidity of the process is influenced by the nature of the problem and the time it may take to find an acceptable solution.
1st Friday the 13th of the year
So EPIC, waaaaah. Ang dame nameng requirements na gagawin tonight. Dafuq brruuu?! At nagawa ko pang mag-tumblr despite all these requirements
- 1 HTP
- 1 NCP
- 3 Drug Studies
- Research for the report
Yes sir, konti lang to. Ajuju*. Myatay na, peww. Magmumura nanaman si eyebags bukas, tsk. >______<
I am so happy I could pee myself right now.
I’ve been under the impression that I need to take the SAT in order to meet the requirements as far as math goes for the college I am hoping to attend. It’s tough to get into and I really feel like I probably won’t, but what’s meant to be will happen, right? Anyways, I went to go look at my SAT scores and how much I needed to bring them up and when the next SAT is and while comparing the requirements on the college website I realized that I FREAKING MEET THEM. I am SO happy right now you don’t even understand. I want into this school SO bad. It’s just nice to know I don’t have to take that stupid SAT again, I’ve taken it twice, and that’s enough for me. (: ahhhh. Starting the application process tomorrow.
“So many books, so little time." ”—
Frank Zappa couldn’t have said it any better…
I still have so many books to read and I have little time left until finals. I still have to make a phenomenological paper (and I still can’t choose if I’ll write about death or technology), a position paper for RS, an article review for philo of religion and I still have to read, read and study in preparation for the Final Oral Exams in Metaphysics and in Phenomenology. Uh-oh.. Tik-tok Laidz… *sigh*
Microbiology Major Requirements:
Biology 100 Biology 101 Chemistry 111 Chemistry 112 English 112 Calculus 127
Calculus 128 or Statistics 211
Organic Chemistry 261
Organic Chemistry 262
Microbiology 310 Microbiology 312 Microbiology 320Microbiology 340
All General Education Requirements
I’m getting there! Slowly. I’m a little behind because I jumped into my major during the second half of my Sophomore year. Typically it takes four straight years to graduate on time, but luckily I started off as a Biology major so I’m not too far off. I’ll probably end up having to take summer/winter courses to catch up, but really, I’m getting there!