Poorly written requirements are widely recognised to contribute to low quality software, product defects, project delays, and cost overruns. Standard sentence templates, restricted vocabulary and grammar are advocated to improve the clarity, consistency, completeness and correctness of requirements specifications. Effective writing guidelines are available but not used effectively in practice.
In this presentation Professor Didar Zowghi will share her experiences of over two decades on teaching students and practitioners about how to write good requirements.
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