Writing Better Requirements
Writing Better Requirements" specifically focuses on how to uncover and clearly express requirements for software and systems. The authors write from the perspective that users own requirements, therefore users must be able to understand them. This elementary perspective yields a straightforward, easily-digested approach.
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