Improving Quality of Functional Requirements by Measuring Their Functional Size

  title={Improving Quality of Functional Requirements by Measuring Their Functional Size},
  author={Sylvie Trudel and Alain Abran},
For many years, the software industry has been applying different types of reviews on their requirements documents to identify and remove defects that would otherwise propagate in the development life cycle, leading to rework and extra cost to fix at later phases. An inspection is a review technique known to be efficient at identifying defects but, like any other review technique, it does not guarantee that all defects are found. Requirements documents are also used as input for the measurement… CONTINUE READING


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