Easy EARS : Rapid Application of the Easy Approach to Requirements Syntax

@inproceedings{Gregory2011EasyE,
  title={Easy EARS : Rapid Application of the Easy Approach to Requirements Syntax},
  author={Sarah Gregory},
  year={2011}
}
The Easy Approach to Requirements Syntax (EARS) offers a “small set of simple requirements structures” to capture and specify high-level stakeholder requirements. A group of seven authors was tasked with writing detailed requirements for subsystems of a network device. Following brief training and individual mentoring, the authors rewrote critical sections of their requirements using EARS templates in order to drive consistency, uncover gaps, and improve overall specification quality. A… CONTINUE READING

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