You can use a Software Requirements Specification (SRS) Document to describe the behavior of the software to be developed. It includes a set of use cases to describe the interactions between users and the software.

Use this Software Requirements Specification to:

  • Assist users in determining if the software meets their requirements.
  • Encourage stakeholders to review requirements before design begins.
  • Provide a basis for costings and schedule. Serve as a foundation for continued production evaluation.

Table of Contents

1 Introduction
1.1 Purpose of this document
1.2 Scope
1.3 Organization Profile
1.4 Assumptions
1.5 Constraints
1.6 Dependencies
2 Overall Description
2.1 Product Perspective
2.2 Product Functions
2.3 Operating Environment
2.4 User Characteristics
3. Detailed Functional Requirements
3.1 Functional Requirement N
3.1.1 Use Case X.Y.
3.2 Functional Requirement N
3.2.1 Use Case X.Y.
3.3 Functional Requirement N
3.3.1 Use Case X.Y.
4 System Requirements
4.1 Software Requirements
4.1.1 Software Functionality
4.1.2 Software Characteristics
4.2 Hardware Requirements
4.2.1 Hardware Functionality
4.2.2 Hardware Characteristics
4.3 User Requirements
4.4 Input and Output Requirements
4.5 Communications Requirements
4.5.1 Communications Hardware
4.5.2 Communications Software
4.6 Usability Requirements
5 Non-Functional Requirements
5.1.1 Accuracy
5.2 Audit Trail
5.3 Availability
5.4 Capacity Limits
5.5 Data Retention
5.6 Operational Requirements
5.7 Performance
5.8 Portability
5.9 Recoverability
5.10 Reliability
5.11 Security Requirements
5.12 Timing
6 Data Requirements
6.1 Data Structures and Relationships
6.2 Data Framework and Relationships
6.3 Data Inputs
6.4 Data Outputs
6.5 Inter-functional Data Definitions
6.6 Component Cross Reference
7 External Interface Requirements
7.1 Software Interfaces
7.2 Hardware Interfaces
7.3 Communications Interfaces
7.4 User Interfaces
8 Design Constraints
8.1 Software Design Constraints
8.1.1 Software Interfaces
8.1.2 Software Packages
8.1.3 Database
8.1.4 Operating System
8.1.5 Tolerance, Margins and Contingency
8.2 Hardware Design Constraints
8.2.1 Hardware Requirements and Environment
8.2.2 Hardware Standards
8.2.3 Hardware Interfaces
8.3 User Interface Constraints
8.3.1 User Characteristics
8.3.2 Environment/Operational Constraints
8.4 Memory Constraints
9 Improvements and Impacts
9.1 Improvements to Existing Capabilities
9.1.1 Upgrades and Enhancements to Existing Capabilities
9.2 Impacts
9.2.1 User Impacts
9.2.2 Operational Impacts
10 Requirements Traceability Matrix

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