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December 2014 Archive


Background for Requirements Management
Background for Requirements Management

A number of excellent guides to requirements elicitation have been published; therefore, our intention is not to rearticulate them, but to make the reader aware of them and the power of their use. Gerald Weinberg, Roger Pressman, and Barry Boehm have suggested steps to gather

Tags software system, software requirements, requirements engineering, requirements elicitation

Requirements Management and the SEI CMM
Requirements Management and the SEI CMM

Requirements management is a key process area (KPA) for SEI CMM Level 2, the repeatable level. The purpose is to "establish a common understanding between the customer and the software project of the customer's requirements that will be addressed by the software project."

Tags software product, life cycle, software engineering group, software project, csf

What Is a Software Requirement
What Is a Software Requirement

A software requirement is a capability that somebody needs or wants. It can be a component of an entire new application, a new feature for an existing application (an enhancement), or a request to correct a current shortcoming. IEEE describes a requirement as: (a) a condition or capability needed by a user to solve a problem or achieve an objective; (b) a condition or

Tags software requirement, product features, requirements elicitation

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