Suitable for most any IT professional who wants to build better software, Software Requirements: Styles and Techniques offers a surprisingly readable textbook-style treatment of software engineering's numerous attempts to get it right with defining requirements. Surveying nearly every conceivable style of defining requirements, yet remaining thoroughly practical, this book can let your organization do more with its requirements documents, which is a good step to creating software that succeeds better with your users. Though everyone in software design knows about requirements, actual examples have usually remained shrouded in secrecy whether out of concern over client or intellectual property confidentiality. One considerable strength of this title is that the author has seen many good and bad requirements documents and has included here several complete samples for a Danish shipyard and two hospital systems. The book begins by describing several dozen types of...

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