Chapter 9. The Features of a Product or System

Given some of the problems we've described in the earlier chapters, it seems clear that the development team is rarely, if ever, handed a perfect, or perhaps even reasonable, specification to use as the basis for system development. In the previous chapter, we learned about the reasons for this. One conclusion we can draw is that if we are not going to be given better definitions, we are ...

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