How perspective-based reading can improve requirements inspections

@article{Shull2000HowPR,
  title={How perspective-based reading can improve requirements inspections},
  author={Forrest Shull and Ioana Rus and Victor R. Basili},
  journal={Computer},
  year={2000},
  volume={33},
  pages={73-79}
}
Because defects constitute an unavoidable aspect of software development, discovering and removing them early is crucial. Overlooked defects (like faults in the software system requirements, design, or code) propagate to subsequent development phases where detecting and correcting them becomes more difficult. At best, developers will eventually catch the defects, but at the expense of schedule delays and additional product-development costs. At worst, the defects will remain, and customers will… CONTINUE READING
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