Verifying and validating requirements

System requirements can also be classified as functional or non-functional in nature.

Effective V&V for those systems requires innovative tools for design and implementation and an increased use of automation throughout a system’s fielded lifetime.System requirements, on the other hand, contain references to technologies and solutions but ultimately should be written so that the functional behavior and non-functional characteristics of the solution are specified without describing how they should be implemented.Use cases, for example are system requirements rooted in the solution domain that describe how the system is used and how it should behave and respond to user input.For our purposes, validation refers to ensuring the right needs are being met.In part 1, I discussed the importance of correctly defining the user group from which needs will be elicited.

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