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Mastering the Requirements Process: Getting Requirements Right, 3/e, Video Enhanced Edition by Suzanne Robertson, James Robertson

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17. Requirements Completeness

in which we decide whether our specification is complete, and set the priorities of the requirements

At some stage during your requirements process, you need to release all or part of your specification—other people, such as developers, testers, marketers, and suppliers, need it. To be released, the specification does not have to contain all the requirements: It could be a partial version with the requirements just for the next iteration, a version of the specification you want to publish for marketing reasons, an extract to use with a request for proposal (RFP), or any portion that you release for any other reason. Nevertheless, before releasing the specification, you need to ensure that it is complete for its intended ...

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