Suggestion for exam question:
Describe the four levels of requirements, goal- , domain-, product- and design-level.
Give one example of each.
This is a business goal, something that a company wants to achieve, often a gain in profit, cost reduction and efficiency. These requirements are specified by the customer.
Goals at this level can often be verified.
These are goals describing how the product should work. They can specify requirements without specifying anything about the product features. They explain the purpose of the traditional product requirements. Goals at this level can often be verified.
Here goals concerning the actual functions and features in the product are derived. Every input ought to have an output. These goals are often easy to verify.
Details of the product interface such as the appearance of the product and how it should react on user input.
Here we are a little uncertain of the extent of the answer.
Example 0.5 points each
For example a department store where the manager wants to upgrade the cashier system.
Goal-level: The time spent by the customer in queues shall be reduced by 10 %.
Domain-level: The product shall support the use of existing system for inventory.
Product-level: The product shall have functions for setting and changing prices.
Design-level: The system shall have an image of the receipt as the customer gets it.