Validating software requirements
While it is desirable for the project team that requirements are eventually "frozen" it is not realistic.
The project team should be prepared to continually manage the requirements scope: scope is not static, it is dynamic and the development lifecycle must accommodate the dynamic nature of requirements.
Validation is achieved through several means, including: Documenting requirements is an essential part of the requirements process.
Over the years, many approaches to documenting requirements have been developed.
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This section describes configuration requirements for Cloudera Manager, Cloudera Navigator, and CDH 5.
All requirements must be labeled so that it is easy to refer to them through a unique handle rather than its description.
This is simply called the as there are no industry standards for the format of that specification.Scope is managed much more flexibly and informally in agile projects.In this article, we summarized the important aspects of gathering, analyzing, documenting, communicating, and validating requirements.In addition, constructing visual models simplifies communication of complex requirements.A visual model, such as a UML diagram, can more precisely describe requirements than a written paragraph.