July 2011 – Learning from Requirements Flow-down Structures – Dr. Jeremy Dick, Phd

Please join us for our monthly meeting on July 21st. This month our speaker will be Dr. Jeremy Dick, WebEx will be provided for this meeting.

Date: Thursday, July 21st, 2011
Networking and Dinner: 5:30PM – 5:50PM
Short Chapter Meeting: 5:50PM – 6:00PM
Featured Speaker & Topic: 6:00PM – 6:45PM
Speaker Q&A: 6:45PM – 7:00PM
Location: Richardson, Greenville, Hurst, Grand Prairie, Waco, Fort Worth, & WebEx

Lecture Topic:  Learning from Requirements Flow-down Structures

The process of systematically decomposing and tracing requirements results in graphs in which the tracing diverges and converges as the requirements are re-factored through the layers of design.  The ability to visualize such graphs reveals desirable and undesirable patterns of decomposition that can provide interesting insights into the complexity of a system. This presentation reports on the recent use of such techniques on a sizable systems engineering project.

Speaker Biography: Dr. Jeremy Dick

Dr. Jeremy Dick has worked as a requirements consultant and has accumulated considerable experience in helping organizations devise and implement requirements engineering processes. Previous work has included designing formal methods tools, and using them in industry. He is co-author of the most recent Springer book on requirements engineering, “Requirements Engineering. He currently works at UK-based consultancy Integrate Systems Engineering, where he has been developing and promoting Evidence-based Development. Before that he was principal consultant at Telelogic UK.



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