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Generating Complete, Unambiguous, and Verifiable Requirements from Stories, Scenarios, and Use Cases

By: Donald Firesmith

Abstract

Simple scenarios and stories are typically used for requirements engineering in the Agile community (e.g., eXtreme Programming). Use case modeling has also been a popular requirements elicitation and analysis technique for many years. However, stories, scenarios, and use cases typically exhibit a great informality that violates traditional guidance in the requirements engineering community that requirements should be complete, unambiguous, and verifiable.

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Donald Firesmith, “Generating Complete, Unambiguous, and Verifiable Requirements from Stories, Scenarios, and Use Cases”, Journal of Object Technology, Volume 3, no. 10 (November 2004), pp. 27-39, doi:10.5381/jot.2004.3.10.c3.

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