Re: Life Cycle PLanning
Data Flow Diagrams are uniquely rigorous for
functional requirements discovery. I recently got
confirmation on this on the Requirements Engineering
listserv (great listserv!) from James Robertson (a
truely great author on Requirements Engineering), the
person who runs that listserv, and a senior
professor-type from Carnegie Mellon. More
importantly, more than once, I have been able to run
circles around a small army of requirements analysts
who tried other techniques.
Ben Kovitz explained this to you right here in this group. You said you couldn't see such.
I think you need to clearly state what your job is, and at what point in a project you are discovering requirements. Do you already have a finished product?
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