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George Koelsch, Requirements Writing for System Engineering, 10.1007/978-1-4842-2099-3_7

7. Data Interfaces and Documents

George Koelsch

(1)Herndon, Virginia, USA

In this chapter, you are going to learn about data elements in the various systems you will explore in this chapter. In the first section, you will examine data elements within a requirement associated with an example system. This section will also introduce how these data elements can become part of what is called a database, basically defining all the different types of data that reside in the database that the developers will create. Second, you will consider the data elements to share between two systems, called an interface, usually specified in an interface ...

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