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February 2015 Archive


Challenges in Eliciting Requirements
Challenges in Eliciting Requirements

The most difficult single part of building a software system is deciding specifically what to build. No other part of the conceptual work is as difficult as establishing the detailed technical requirements, containing all the interfaces to people, to machines, and to other software

Tags software systems, eliciting requirements, software requirements, life cycle models

Requirements and Quality Function Deployment
Requirements and Quality Function Deployment

Quality function deployment (QFD), also generally known as a way to represent the "voice of the customer" is a process for capturing customer requirements and translating them into requirements that can be used by designers, producers, and suppliers. As with many other

Tags qfd, life cycle, elicitation methods, fast, brainstorming, jad, requirements prioritization

Developing the Software Requirements Specification
Developing the Software Requirements Specification

Getting the requirements correct is perhaps the major part of a software development project. Once a software development team begins to collect the project requirements, it is critical that the project have a consistent format for maintaining and presenting them. This section

Tags srs, software development, life cycle,

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