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<ul><li> 1. www.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REBIndia 2011 1</li></ul><p> 2. Requirements Engineering Board of India ( REB India ) is thenational board for India for Requirements Engineering. REBIndia is a licensed Certification Body for IREB (InternationalRequirement Engineering Board) . It is responsible for the CPREcertification in IndiaIn India ,REB INDIA will be responsible for1. CPRE Foundation level Certification Exam2. The affiliation program for companies.3. The affiliation program for training provider www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 20112 3. The IREB Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering is astandardized qualification for requirements engineers and businessanalysts.The certification is based on a multiple-choice exam covering thefreely available syllabus. The Foundation Level exam has no pre-requisites. The education program is offered more than 10 countriesThe exam for the Foundation Level has a theoretical nature and requiresknowledge especially in the field of requirements engineering with focuson, but not exclusively for, the specification of software products.As of October 2011, there were over 7100 IREB CertifiedProfessionals for Requirements Engineering worldwide. www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 2011 3 4. Requirements engineering as the first step of system development cruciallyinfluences the success of the development project.The four core disciplines of requirements engineering are: elicitation,documentation, verification and validation management.Professionalism in requirements engineering avoid defects in systemanalysis and establishes a structured proceeding from project idea to avaluable set of requirements.Syllabus for CPRE is as follow 1. Introduction and Foundations 2. System and System Context 2.1 System, System Context and Boundaries 2.2 Determining System and Context Boundaries www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 2011 4 5. 3. Requirements Elicitation 3.1 Sources of Requirements 3.2 Categorization of Requirements according to the Kano Model 3.3 Elicitation Techniques4. Requirements Documentation4.1 Structuring Documents4.2 Documentation Style Alternatives4.3 Document Structure4.4 Using Requirements Documents4.5 Quality Criteria for Requirements Documents4.6 Quality Criteria for Requirements4.7 Glossary5. Documentation of Requirements using Natural Language5.1 Language Effects5.2 Constructing Requirements using a Template www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 20115 6. 6. Model-based Documentation of Requirements6.1 Models6.2 Goal Models6.3 Use Case Models6.4 Three Modelling Views6.5 Structural Requirements Models6.6 Functional Requirements Models6.7 Behavioural Requirements Models7. Checking and Reconciling Requirements7.1 Basics for Checking Requirements7.2 Basics of Reconciling Conflicting Requirements7.3 Checking Requirements Quality7.4 Principles for Checking Requirements7.5 Techniques for Checking Requirements7.6 Techniques for Reconciling Conflicting Requirementswww.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REB India 20116 7. 8. Requirements Management8.1 Adding Attributes to Requirements8.2 Creating Views of Requirements8.3 Prioritizing Requirements8.4 Tracing Requirements8.5 Requirements Versioning8.6 Managing Change Requests9. Tool Support9.1 Types of Tools9.2 Tool Introduction9.3 Tool Evaluationwww.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REB India 20117 8. CPRE Exam Rules The exam consists of 45 multiple choice questions. You have 75 minutes to answer these questions. (You may endthe exam earlier). Depending on the difficulty, each question yields 1 to 3points. The achievable points are given in the header of the question. To pass the exam you have to score at least 60 percent ofthe points. During the exam the use of aids is not allowed (e.g. seminarmaterial, books, telephone). You are not allowed to leave the room during the exam. www.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REB India 20118 9. 1. Single Choice (so-called A questions). They yield 1 2 points. After the presentation of the question, 4 to 5 possible answers will be supplied, of which only one will be correct. The correct answer will be the one to check. Evaluation: Correctly checked answer: full point value Incorrectly checked answer: 0 points More than one checked answer: 0 points www.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REB India 2011 9 10. Examples for A questions: A context diagram shows: (1 point)O The involved software componentsO The necessary dialogs between the applicationsO The interfaces between the system and its environmentO The needed system capacityO The project effort The only correct answer: CEvaluation:answer C: 1 pointall other answers: 0 points www.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REB10 India 2011 11. A use-case diagram does not show:(1 point)O The rules for using an applicationOThe actors of an applicationOThe usage of an applicationOThe boundary between an application and its environmentOThe functionality of an application The only correct answer: AEvaluation:answer A: 1 pointall other answers: 0 pointswww.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REBIndia 2011 11 12. The Kano model states that basic requirements are difficult to find.Which technique is best suited for eliciting basic requirements? (1 point) O Interview O Questionnaire O Observation of actual work O Low-fidelity prototyping O Brainstorming The only correct answer: CEvaluation:answer C: 1 pointall other answers: 0 points www.reb-india.inCopyright (c) REB India 2011 12 13. 2 . Multiple Choice (so-called P questions). They also yield 1 to 2 points, After the presentation of the question, a number of possible answers will be supplied, of which 2 to more (n) can be correct. Evaluation: for each correctly checked answer within the limit n: 1/n times the full points for each incorrectly checked answer within the limit n: deduction of 1/n times the full pointsless than n answers checked: without consequencemore than n answers checked: 0 points www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 201113 14. Examples for P questions:Which two of the following phrases define the term Requirementsaccording to the IEEE standard?(2 points) The difference between the current and the target situationA procedure for fulfilling a requirementA property that a system must haveA problem that has been identifiedEvaluation:A wish that has been expressed by a stakeholderanswer C: 1 pointA capability the a product must haveanswer F: 1 pointall other answers: 1Correct answers: C, F pointmore than two answers:0 points www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 201114 15. Which three aspects must first be considered when choosing suitablerequirements gathering techniques? (3 points)Availability of the stakeholdersAge of the people involvedAvailable means of communicationEvaluation:Project deadlines and budget answer A: 1 pointUse of tools answer C: 1 pointArea in which the system is to be used answer D: 1 pointCorrect answers: A, C, D all other answers: 1 point more than three answers: 0 points www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 2011 15 16. points and penalty points are totalized and evaluate to 0 points minimum,negative points will not be assigned: three correct answers: 3 points two correct answers: 2 points one correct answer: 1 point two correct answers, one incorrect answer: 2 1 = 1 point one correct answer, two incorrect answer: 1 2 = 1 =&gt; 0 points! only incorrect answers: 0 points www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 201116 17. Which two arguments represent a good reason for the use ofquestionnaires when gathering requirements: (2 points)Large number of participants is possibleStatistically relevant statements about requirements are possibleGives information about the participants understandingOften indicates level of enthusiasm Evaluation: Correct answers: A, Banswer A: 1 pointanswer B: 1 pointall other answers: 1 pointmore than two answers: 0 pointswww.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REB India 2011 17 18. points and penalty points are totalized and evaluate to 0 points minmum,negative points will not be assigned: two correct answers: 2 points one correct answer: 1 point one correct answer, one incorrect answer: 1 1 = 0 points only incorrect answers: 0 points www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 2011 18 19. True / False Questions (so-called K questions). They yield 2 to 3 points, After the presentation of the question, n statements will be supplied, each with two checkboxes for true and false or applicable and not applicable or suitable and unsuitable etc. You need to mark each statement as true (applicable, suitable) or as false (not applicable, unsuitable). Statements with no check mark will be deemed unanswered. Evaluation: each correctly checked statement:1/n times the full points each incorrectly checked statement: deduction of 1/n times the full points less than n answers checked: without conesequenceThe points for correct choices and the deduction for incorrect choicesare totaled per question. If the total for a question results in anegative figure the question will be evaluated with 0 points! www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 201119 20. Examples for K questions:Which statements are true for sources of requirements and which are false? (2points) Sources of requirements...TrueFalse... can be found only within the enterprise... are exclusively the stakeholders... may be other IT systems ... may be standards and normsCorrect answers: false, false, true, trueEvaluation: each correctly checked answer: 0.5 points each incorrectly checked answer: 0.5 pointswww.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REB India 2011 20 21. points and penalty points are totalized and evaluate to 0 points minimum,negative points will not be assigned: all answers checked correctly: 2 points three answers checked correctly: 1.5 points two answers checked correctly: 1 point one answer checked correctly: 0.5 points three answers checked correctly, one answer checked incorrectly:1.5 0.5 = 1 point two answers checked correctly, two answers checked incorrectly:1 1 = 0 points one answer checked correctly, three answers checked incorrectly: 0.5 1.5 = 1 =&gt; 0 points only incorrectly checked answers: 0 points www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 201121 22. An enterprise produces parts for the automobile industry. The executive boardhas decided that the firms product catalog shall be available on the Web,allowing direct electronic ordering via Web. An important large customer waspushing the idea. The firm has accordingly launched a development project. Therequirements specification has just been released, and the project leaderdecides to have the specification reviewed in a technical review. As experts shenames four co-workers from the testing department, who did not participate inthe production of the specification.Evaluate the decisions and choices of the project leader by marking each ofthem as suitable or unsuitable.(2 points)suitable unsuitable The moment for the review is well chosen. A document review is a suitable testing procedure for the current situat In addition to the document review, she plans to construct and test a user-interface prototype. Her decision not to include representatives of the large customer for the review makes sense at this point in the project. Her choice of experts (four testers who did not participate in the creation of the requirements specification and nobody else) is well taken.www.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REB India 201122 23. Correct answers: suitable, suitable, suitable, unsuitable, unsuitableEvaluation:each correctly ckecked answer: 0.4 pointseach incorrectly ckecked answer: 0.4 pointspoints and penalty points are totalized and evaluate to 0 points minimum,negative points will not be assigned: all answers checked correctly: 2 points four answers checked correctly: 1.6 points three answers checked correctly: 1.2 points two answers checked correctly: 0.8 points one answer checked correctly: 0.4 points www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 201123 24. four answers checked correctly, one answer checked incorrectly: 1.6 0.4 = 1.2 points three answers checked correctly, two answers checked incorrectly:1.2 0.8 = 0.4 points two answers checked correctly, three answers checked incorrectly:0.8 1.2 = 0.4 =&gt; 0 points one answer checked correctly, four answers checked incorrectly:0.4 1.6= 1.2 =&gt; 0 points only incorrectly checked answers: 0 pointswww.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REB India 2011 24 25. Additional information to requirements is managed with the help of attributes.One example for additional information consists of a unique identification.Which of the following phrases about the aim of a unique identification aretrue, which are false?True Flase A unique identification allows an estimate of the total size of the specification. provides an unambiguous basis for communication. allows references to other requirements. provides comprehension of references to other development artifacts.Correct answers: false, true, true, trueEvaluation:each correctly ckecked answer: 0.5pointseach incorrectly ckecked answer: 0.5 pointswww.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REB India 201125 26. points and penalty points are totalized and evaluate to 0 points minimum,negative points will not be assigned:all answers checked correctly: 2 points three answers checked correctly: 1.5 points two answers checked correctly: 1 point one answer checked correctly: 0.5 points three answers checked correctly, one answer checked incorrectly:1.5 0.5 = 1 point two answers checked correctly, two answers checked incorrectly:1 1 = 0 points one answer checked correctly, three answers checked incorrectly:0.5 1.5 = 1 =&gt; 0 points only incorrectly checked answers: 0 pointswww.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REB India 2011 26 27. Type ofPossibleTotal MarksEvaluationQuestion AnswersCorrect Answer : 1 to 2 A11 to 2 Wrong Answer = 0Correct Answer:1/n times the fullPoints P 2 to more 1 to 2 (n)Incorrect Answer: deduction of1/n times the full pointsless than n answers checked:without consequencemore than n answers checked: 0points www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 201127 28. Type of Possible Total MarksEvaluationQuestionAnswerseach correctly checked K Mark each 2 to 3 points, statement:1/n times the full points statement as trueeach incorrectly checked statement: (applicablededuction of 1/n times the full , suitable)points or as false (notless than n answers checked: applicable, without conesequence unsuitable) .The points for correct choices andthe deduction for incorrect choicesaretotalled per question. If the totalfor a question results in a negativefigurethe question will be evaluated with0 points www.reb-india.in Copyright (c)REB India 2011 28 29. www.reb-india.in Copyright (c) REB India 201129 30. 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