Theodore Hammer

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December 1998 It is generally accepted that requirements are the foundation upon which the entire system is built. Also accepted is that requirements verification and validation is needed to assure that the functionality specified in the requirements has been delivered. However, all too often, requirements are not satisfied, which means you fix what you can(More)
Requirements are written to specify the functionality of a completed software system. Software systems are often released in segments called builds, each one adding new functionality and satisfying an additional set of requirements. New software requirements tools are allowing quality assurance engineers to develop and use new metrics to assist them in(More)
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