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Functional Requirements Describes what the system should do or be capable of doing Typically if functional requirements are not met, then the system will not work (at least not in its entirety) The wireless infrastructure system shall provide wireless network coverage across the 3000 sqft warehouse. The wireless infrastructure system shall provide a ...


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"Assumptions" are a subtle concept. I would suggest that you consider all the factors that might affect your project's success if you can manage the factor (if it fits into one of the PMBOK processes), then manage the factor. Cost, schedule, quality, configuration, etc. Manage what you can. if you can't manage the factor treat it as a risk - ...


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There are probably a number of assumptions that are fairly generic and apply to most projects, then there are other assumptions that relate specifically to your project. Generic assumptions will be things like the following, noting that this is not a comprehensive list: Resources will be made available when required (people / finances / materials / ...


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warning - this is a poor answer This is a non-trivial question. I've spent many hours pondering this question and I've come to the conclusion that the question is not simple. Reasoning by example is a poor practice, but.... Security is traditionally a non-functional requirement. Security describes how the product behaves. Based on that principle the ...


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