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Entry/Exit Criteria Definition and Examples A. Winsor Brown [email protected] © 2003 v 0.4 04/02/00 University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering
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Entry/Exit Criteria – Definition and Examples Definition of Exit Criteria Exit Criteria answers the questions: How do I know that I am finished with a task or completed with an objective? What are the requirements/standards that I must refer to if I were to show someone that I have completed all of my work accurately? Characteristics of Exit Criteria States what results or items must be contained in a delivered product, i.e. the results of having completed a process States for each specified result or item, the "Standard of Acceptance" associated with each item - A Standard of Acceptance states what would satisfy the desired level of quality of each result v1.0 - 11/14/09 University of Southern California Center for Systems and Software Engineering
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Entry/Exit Criteria – Definition and Examples - A Standard of Acceptance must be stated in a binary manner, thereby allowing anyone to objectively judge whether
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