- 1. Writing Requirements
- 1 What is Requirements Management?
- 2 Non-functional requirements examples and templates
- 3 Product requirements document template and examples
- 4 How to write system requirement specification (SRS) documents
- 5 How to Write an Effective Product Requirements Document
- 6 Functional vs. Non-functional requirements
- 7 Characteristics of Effective Software Requirements and Software Requirements Specifications (SRS)
- 8 8 Do’s and Don’ts for Writing Requirements
- 2. Requirements Gathering and Management Processes
- 3. Requirements Traceability
- 4. Requirements Management Tools and Software
- 5. Requirements Validation and Verification
- 6. Meeting Regulatory Compliance and Industry Standards
- 7. Project Management
- 8. Measuring Requirements
- 9. Conquering Key Requirements Management Challenges
Requirements Validation and Verification
Verification and validation (V&V) are activities key to successful development. While verification focuses on ensuring the program is built according to the stated requirements, the verification process includes activities such as reviewing the code and doing walkthroughs and inspections.
V&V is crucial when it comes to ensuring cost savings and a high-quality product. In the end, if the product doesn’t meet the original objectives, then time, money and effort are wasted.
In this chapter, we’ll look at:
- The differences between verification and validation
- Leveraging RM software to streamline V&V activities
- Best practices for V&V