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What are Non Functional Requirements?

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The semantic definition would be "any requirement that is not functional". However, as (for example) data requirements are clearly not functional requirements, and also are clearly not non-functional requirements, this definition is clearly not sufficient!  The fact is that...

2019-12-16

How about Requirements Education?

4 mins ' 310 Views

So you want to be a better requirements analyst. Or maybe you’re completely new to business analysis and you just want to learn what requirements analysis involves, period. Requirements are basic to business analysis, and so requirements education is basic to business analysts....

2020-01-26

What are Business Requirements?

4 mins ' 93 Views

The purpose of business requirements is to define a project’s business need, as well as the criteria of its success. Business requirements describe why a project is needed, whom it will benefit, when and where it will take place, and what standards will be used to evaluate it. Business...

2019-12-16

What are Accuracy Requirements?

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There is no one standard definition of an accuracy non-functional requirement. It will be defined for each project where it needs to be specified. This principle is true of all non-functional requirements. For the purposes of this article an accuracy non-functional requirement is any...

2019-12-16
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