This question has several... issues with it.
- Off topic: As another answerer has stated, it's not in our scope. But let's say I'm wrong about that. Why else could it be closed?
- Not a Real Question: It's an impossibly broad question: You could come up with various requirements until you're blue.
- Too Localized: How many people will benefit from this specific question? There's no way to generalize it; it's about a specific paper that a specific university is using for their class assignment. Outside of that group of people, no one else will find this question.
- Not constructive: Too many possible answers, too much ability for discussion. Which one is the 'right' answer? How do we know objectively that it's right?
It also requires a link to a PDF to download even to answer. What happens when that link dies? The entire question becomes useless.
- The question would be in the text and not in the PDF, and
- If, somehow, the OP could make the question a larger question about functional and non functional requirements and
- If, somehow, the OP could make a discernibly objective answer criteria
It'd probably still be off topic, but it'd be a lot closer to scope than it is currently.
As it stands,the question is so far outside of scope that even talking about it is just attracting rubber-neckers. I've deleted it. 10K users can edit it and flag it for un-deletion. We've got a lot of borderline questions we can talk about, but I just don't see this as one of them.