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Brian Pate has created this job aid to assist with explaining the separation of design input from the design process.  The diagram illustrates the "flow down" process of high level, intended use functionality traces downward to more detailed requirements and specifications.  Where do we draw the line with design input?  What should be the focus...
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For anyone involved in software development, the importance of software requirements cannot be minimized. Software requirements provide the definition and explanation of “what the software should do” and “how the software should behave.” The software engineers and developers use the requirements as input to the software design and coding process. The test developers also use...
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Clearly one of the great struggles with medical device product design is to understand and finely tune the design input for our devices.  It is difficult but the payoff can be great when done well – pays off with development efficiency, greater certainty with safety risk control, and ultimately in customer satisfaction. In our training...
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This content is only available to Premium and higher subscribers.  See our Subscribe page for information on subscriptions. The attached pdf is a SoftwareCPR training aide and should not be used blindly to fill in the blanks. It is a partial example for a software requirements specification (SRS) for a small surgical device. SRS-template-embeddev-SoftwareCPRtrainingdocRev2 . . ....
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