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What Is the Scope of Work
What Is the Scope of Work

Sometimes part of the SPMP, but often a separate document (or several), is the scope of work, statement of work (SOW), or, sometimes, statement of requirements (SOR), although this may get confused with the software requirements specification (SRS), which contains the

Tags software project, project scope, project charter, spmp, sow, sor, srs

The Software Project Management Plan
The Software Project Management Plan

This is a vital document of a project. It describes how the project is supposed to be executed and what it is going to create. Next in importance would be the SRS. The SPMP should include definitive project information that contains:

Tags life cycle, project charter, srs, spmp, deliverables

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

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Questions the SRS Answers for a Project
Questions the SRS Answers for a Project

The most important question that the SRS addresses concerns the problem domain in which the product will exist. As shown in Figure 1, all software products can be viewed from three perspectives: data, process, and behavior.

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Benefits of an SRS | Building the SRS
Benefits of an SRS | Building the SRS

Using an SRS model provides a specification process that is unequivocal and delivers a complete specification document. This assists the project manager in communicating clearly with the project stakeholders to ensure that:

Tags life cycle, srs, software product, project stakeholders, traceability matrix

Evaluating the Project SRS
Evaluating the Project SRS

Throughout the SRS building process, the project manager must always be aware of the quality attributes of the SRS: correctness, unambiguousness, completeness, and consistency, ranked for importance and/or stability, verifiability, modifiability, and traceability. These

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