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RE 5.1: Allocation of User-Level Functional Units to Technical Functional Units  

  RE5.1 - Allocation of Anwender-Level Funktionale Einheit to Technical Funktionale Einheit

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  • Product Flow
  • Handling
  • Product Flow

    From Product to
    Activity State Chapter Title Activity State
    RE2.3 being proc. All Implementation Document: SW Module - -
    All SW Module
    All Implementation Document: Database
    All Database
    RE3.2 being proc. 2 System Architecture.
    System Structure
    - -
    RE3.4 being proc. 2 Software Architecture.
    Modularization/Database Design
    - -
    RE4.1 accepted All User Requirements - -
    - - 2.1.3 System Architecture.
    Requirements Allocation
    RE5.1 being proc.
    - - All System Architecture RE9
    External (1)
    submitted
    - - 4 Software Architecture.
    Requirements Allocation
    RE5.1 being proc.
    - - All Software Architecture RE9
    External (1)
    submitted

    Handling

    This activity illustrates the relationships existing between the functional units from the user-level point of view and the functional units from the technical point of view.

    For example, this allocation my be made when the source code is temporarily instrumented in an appropriate way, i. e. when it is upgraded by additional statements for the collection of information and when loadable software is generated from the instrumented source code. If the user now executes certain user-level tasks with this software by using the instrumented software it is possible to find out which technical functional units participated in the execution of a user-level task.

    The results of this activity are used to set up the traceability of the requirements. The are documented in subproducts System Architecture.Requirements Allocation and Software Architecture.Requirements Allocation.


    Note:

    (1)   Customer

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