Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering - Foundation Level Examination v7.1

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Exam contains 49 questions

Which definition best characterizes the term "traceability" in terms of requirements engineering? (2 Points)

  • A. Traceability of the effort for the elicitation of requirements, beginning with the elicitation of the documentation right to the point of requirements acceptance
  • B. Monitoring of progress in requirements elicitation
  • C. Ability to analyze requirements for contradictory content, especially between the requirements specifications and the test cases
  • D. Traceability of the requirements, along with the associated documents, from the requirements elicitation to the implementation
  • E. Level of stabilisation between the elicited and approved requirements

Answer : D

In requirements engineering, a differentiation is made between system scope and context scope. In both cases it is possible that so-called grey zones may appear. For each statement, indicate if it is true or false. (2 Points)

Answer : B, C, E, G

You are employed as a requirements engineer in a company in the logistics sector and are involved in a project that aims to replace a legacy application for distribution and shipment of goods with a new system. A colleague has already created a context diagram. You are assigned to check this. What are your thoughts about this? Indicate for each statement whether it is true or false. (3 Points)

Answer : A, C, F, G

You wish to define technically relevant terms in a project. Indicate true or false for the following statements in order to complete the sentence beginning "The definition of technically relevant terms " (2 Points)

Answer : B, C, F, G

Evaluate the following guidelines as to whether they should or should not be adhered to when writing a requirements specification: (2 Points)

Answer : B, C, F, G, J, K, M, P

Assess the following statements about the natural language documentation of requirements in terms of being applicable or not applicable. (2 Points)

Answer : B, D, F, H, J

The following state diagram is to be found in a requirements specification for an order management system.
Which of the following requirements is consistent with the diagram and which are not? (2

Answer : A, D, F, G

Which of the following elements are elements of a state diagram and which are not?
Please indicate true or false. (1 Point)

Answer : A, C, E, H, J

Requirements must be checked in terms of content, documentation and agreement.
Indicate with regard to this whether each statement is true or false. (2 Points)

Answer : B, D, F, H

Listed below you will find four reasons why different views of individual components of the requirements are used instead of a single view displaying all the requirements and attributes. Which of the following reasons are true and which are false? (2 Points)

Answer : A, C, E, H

A requirement specification includes a description of the properties of the requirement.
Which of the properties listed below can be used as requirement attributes and which cannot? Please indicate true or false. (2 Points)

Answer : A, C, E, G, I

You have been commissioned to analyze a change request for its possible impact. Which of the following aspects must be analyzed for this? (2 Points)

Answer : B, C, E, G

You are employed as a requirements engineer in a company that develops control software for electric motors. During your work it becomes increasingly evident that the developers are very well aware of the necessary requirements, even though the requirements are not documented in their entirety. Nevertheless, you decide to document requirements systematically.
Which two of the following arguments justifies this step? (2 Points)
Documenting requirements systematically is important, because...

  • A. … implementation without documented requirements is not possible.
  • B. … non-documented requirements are difficult to negotiate between the stakeholders.
  • C. … the coverage of the requirements by means of test cases cannot be checked.
  • D. … documented requirements are also good requirements.

Answer : BC

In delimiting system and system context, a differentiation is made between the system boundary and the context boundary. This differentiation is important in order to understand which aspects impact on the requirements of the system to be developed and which do not.
Choose the two correct statements. (2 Points)

  • A. The context boundary separates the system from the system context.
  • B. The system boundary and the context boundary define the system context.
  • C. The system context includes all aspects that are not relevant to the requirements of the planned system.
  • D. Only the aspects within the system boundary must be taken into account in order to determine the requirements of the system to be developed.
  • E. The selection of the system boundary establishes which aspects are covered by the system to be developed and which lie beyond its scope.

Answer : AB

Which two pieces of information should always be recorded in the stakeholder list? (1

  • A. Importance of the stakeholders
  • B. Role designation
  • C. Length of service with a company
  • D. Disciplinary superior
  • E. References to previously conducted projects

Answer : BC

Reference: ftp://cs.pitt.edu/chang/handbook/01REQ.pdf (Stakeholder identification, 2nd,
3rd, 4th and 5th paragraph)

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