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We should initially use more numbers in describing critical performance requirements, especially
soft and quality requirements.
But it is not a matter of simply using numbers, but if using them in a more intelligent way.
That means making distinctions amongst different numeric levels of requirements, and clearly
specifying the relationships of both requirements and designs to other elements of planning and
their environment. References
Gilb, Tom. ‘QFD, What’s Wrong With Quality Function Deployment’.
Written December 2006, for some systems engineering students at Kongsberg University in
Norway, in response to the one-sided propaganda they were getting about the method. Will be
submitted to INCOSE 2008.
Gilb, Tom, ‘Competitive Engineering, A Handbook For Systems Engineering, Requirements
Engineering, and Software Engineering Using Planguage’, ISBN 0750665076, 2005, Publisher:
Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann. Sample chapters will be found at Gilb.com.
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