Using statement-level templates to improve the quality of requirements

@inproceedings{2012UsingST,
  title={Using statement-level templates to improve the quality of requirements},
  author={},
  year={2012}
}
  • Published 2012
Much has been written on the subject of what constitutes an acceptable requirement statement, and tools are available to check the quality of a requirement in terms of grammar and vocabulary after it has been written. Using a statement-level template (or “boilerplate”) is a means of creating an acceptable requirement as it is written, rather than after the event. There have been a number of papers published on using templates and structured language for improving requirements quality, and for… CONTINUE READING

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