This part is a collection of special topics that may resonate better now that the reader has experienced the journey of the prior sections, and that augment the tools that the reader has at their disposal, such as a better understanding and comprehensive inventory of nonfunctional requirements. This section also offers the reader a summary and a set of conclusions that tie back to the theme of the book which is actually all about the skills needed in large organizations that relies upon automation while keeping it from running overly inefficient or even out of control.


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Benjamin Franklin

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business rules

nonbusiness-specific requirement categories

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