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Compare and contrast functional versus non-functional system requirements, engineering help

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  1. Compare and contrast functional versus non-functional system requirements, and provide an example of each.                    
  2. Complete these items for the exercise.

    • Using the Wilderness Weather Station case study for reference, document a detailed list of five or more user requirements. Prioritize this list.
    • Still using the Wilderness Weather Station case study for reference, document a detailed list of five or more system requirements. These system requirements should contain a mix of functional and non-functional requirements, and should also be prioritized.
    • Review the list of system requirements, and introduce at least one functional and one non-functional requirement change. Document these changes and the impact those changes might have on the development process.

    Each assignment should include a prioritized list of both user and system requirements. The changes to the software system requirements (both functional and non-functional) must also be listed, along with observations regarding the impact those changes might have on the development process.

    3)

    Using the list of User Stories you prepared for assignment 3.3, derive 20 requirements.

    Each requirement should be in the form “The System shall <something>”.  A very useful variation is “The System shall provide the capability <for the user to do something>”.

    For each requirement, identify the User Story number from which you derived this requirement.  If you didn’t number your User Stories then include the full text of the User Story you are using as the source for each requirement.

    Special note:  If you want to revise one or more of your original User Stories, or even create new ones, you may do so.  Just supply the text of the new or revised User Story.

Below are the attached files for the question 2 & 3

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