Software requirements - reading Wiegers. Associate targets.

Maxim Geraskin, June 19, 2012

These days I'm reading the following book:

Karl Wiegers, Software Requirements

As Microsoft Press claims it has sold over 100.000 copies.

When you see a "fat" book a question often pops up: "Why should I read it?". Author explains benefits as follows:

Benefits This Book Provides

Of all the software process improvements you could undertake, improved requirements engineering practices will likely provide the greatest benefits. I focus on describing practical, proven techniques that can help you to

Sounds great but from my POV items might be structured better, like this:

Requirements-quality relation

People understand artifacts better when they structured and related.

Tags: Software Requirements  Requirements Management