Ch23 - RecallTheTeamSkills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5....

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Recall The Team Skills 1. Analyzing the Problem (with 5 steps) 2. Understanding User and Stakeholder Needs 3. Defining the System 4. Managing Scope 5. Refining the System Definition 1. Software Requirements: a more rigorous look 2. Refining the Use cases 3. Developing the Supplementary Specification 4. On Ambiguity and Specificity 5. Technical Methods for Specifying Requirements 6. Building the Right System
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    Chapter 23 On Ambiguity and  Specificity     Ambiguity vs. specificity  Light Box Exercise  Disambiguation techniques
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Introduction One of the most  difficult challenges  we face in the  requirements process is  making the requirements detailed  enough  to be well understood without  over-constraining the system  and predefining things that may be better left to others downstream  in the process.  To  what level of  specificity  must we state the requirements  in order  to avoid   misunderstanding It  depends on the context  of your application  and on  how  well those doing the implementation can make the  right  decisions  or at least ask questions when there is ambiguity. 
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Ch23 - RecallTheTeamSkills 1. 2. 3. 4. 5....

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