System Requirements Specification

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Format: Checklist / Specifications/Procedures

The System Requirements Specification (SRS) document describes all data, functional and behavioral requirements of the software under production or development.

This 10-section template covers the overall description of the system/software to be implemented, use cases and scenarios, data model, functional and non-functional requirements, interface and behavioral models, as well as restrictions and validation criteria to be used for the software. The Appendices may include business rules, glossary, traceability matrices and other necessary supplementary information that are specific to the system.

Table of Contents
System Requirements Specification (SRS) 
Using this Document - Business Benefits 
Introduction  
Goals and objectives                           
Statement of scope 
Software context 
Major constraints
Document Conventions 
Intended audience and reading suggestions
References 
Overall Description 
Product perspective
Product features
User classes and characteristics 
Operating environment 
Design and implementation constraints 
User documentation requirements
Assumptions and dependencies 
System requirements 
Usage Cases (Usage Scenario) 
User profiles
Use cases
Special usage considerations 
Data Model and Description 
Data description 
Functional Requirements  
Functional model and description 
Description for function n 
Non-functional Requirements 
Performance requirements
Safety requirements
Security requirements 
Software quality attributes
Other requirements 
Interface Requirements 
External machine interfaces 
Hardware Interfaces
Communications interfaces 
Control flow description
Behavioral Model and Description 
Description for software behavior 
State transition diagrams
Control specification (CSPEC)
Restrictions, Limitations, and Constraints 
Validation Criteria
Classes of tests 
Expected software response
Performance bounds
Appendices 
Glossary
Business rules
System traceability matrix
Analysis models and metrics 
Product strategies 
Issues list 
Supplementary information (as required) 
Crosscheck 

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