Engineering activities involved in discovering, documenting and maintaining a set of requirements for a computer-based system

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How to keep track of the features in a website for impact analysis?

I have been working for an ecommerce client for the last 6 years as manual and automation QA engineering. New features gets applied to our site once in 2 weeks. Whenever a redesign project comes up, ...
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Software Requirements Engineering

I'm a newbie when it comes to Software Engineering and my question is not directly related to Quality Assurance or Testing. When it comes to Requirement Engineering (RE), the requirements can be ...
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What is 'System Environment'?

I am currently self-studying software engineering and the theory that guides it. I started reading about SRS Document and to clarify the things I downloaded a sample SRS document. It had ...
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Non-Functional requirements specification

I'm working on a college software project. The whole purpose of the software is to test the application. The teacher is focusing on non-functional requirements, so we have to present metrics, ...
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What are the similarities and differences between UX as a software quality and other quality requirements?

There are a number of quality requirements (also known as non-functional requirements) that have been explored over the years both in theory and practice. Examples are: performance, security, ...
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Non Functional Requirement of a Laptop?

If we want to find of Non functional Requirements of a system, What would be it in generally? In example. I want to know the non-functional requirements of a Laptop?
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Requirement-to-code traceability in Agile/Scrum development?

I'm trying to figure out how to provide an easy-to-manage requirements-to-code (and vice-versa) traceability to some projects which use SCRUM and JIRA. The projects use unit testing. So I'm splitting ...