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The REUSE Company Requirement Quality Suite of Tools

Posted on: March 1st, 2016 by Lou Wheatcraft No Comments

Note: This is a follow-on to our previous blog: Requirement Quality: Garbage In; Garbage Out Many of today’s requirement management tools (RMTs) focus on (1) documenting requirements and other associated information and (2) the relationships (trace) between requirements and the … Read More

Requirements Quality: Garbage In; Garbage Out!

Posted on: January 31st, 2016 by Lou Wheatcraft No Comments

In a previous blog: “How to improve the quality of your requirements” I addressed three key questions: How do you judge the quality of the requirements within your organization? How do you find defective requirements? How do you improve the … Read More

Requirement Attributes – Part 3

Posted on: March 31st, 2015 by Lou Wheatcraft No Comments

In this blog, I conclude my discussion on requirement attributes that can be associated with each requirement statement by addressing attributes that help to identify the applicability of the requirement and allow reuse. I also provide some guidance on the … Read More

Requirement Attributes – Part 2

Posted on: March 20th, 2015 by Lou Wheatcraft No Comments

In this blog, I continue my discussion on requirement attributes to focus on those attributes that help you to maintain your requirements. In Part 1, I covered attributes to help define the requirement and its intent and attributes associated with … Read More

Requirement Attributes – Part 1

Posted on: March 15th, 2015 by Lou Wheatcraft No Comments

In this blog I discuss attributes that can be associated with each requirement statement. A requirement expression consists of both the requirement statement plus its attributes. I have organized requirement attributes within the four broad categories: Attributes to help define … Read More