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An Empirical Study on the Current Practice in Software Project Management – the Requirement Specifications

@inproceedings{Jusoh2017AnES,
  title={An Empirical Study on the Current Practice in Software Project Management – the Requirement Specifications},
  author={Yusmadi Yah Bt Jusoh and Nor Hidayah Zainal Abidin and Che Suhana Che Wil and Fatimah Abdullah Moalim and Nurul Huda Wahab and Noraini Che},
  year={2017}
}
Requirements specification is one of the most crucial processes in software development projects. Without well-specified requirements, the project manager could not planning and design a good project and team members could not understand what and how to do and things get worse when the user may not know what can be expected from the project. The objective of the study is to identify factors that influence the specification requirements associated with the successful of project development from… Expand

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