Software validation - Requirements conditions - Capturing the Requirement

Q.  In Software validation, requirements can be checked against following conditions:

1) If they can be practically implemented
2) If they are valid and as per functionality and domain of software
3) If there are any ambiguities
4) If they are completed

- Published on 22 Jul 15

a. True
b. False

ANSWER: True
 

    Discussion

  • Nirja Shah   -Posted on 14 Oct 15
    Software Requirement Validation

    - After requirement specifications are developed, the requirements mentioned in the document are validated.

    - User might ask for illegal, impractical solution or experts may interpret the requirements incorrectly.

    - This results in huge increase in cost if not nipped in the bud. Requirements can be checked against following conditions -

    1. If they can be practically implemented

    2. If they are valid and as per functionality and domain of software

    3. If there are any ambiguities

    4. If they are complete

    5. If they can be demonstrated

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