Chapter 14. Developing a Software Requirements Specification

Developing a Software Requirements Specification

The Software Requirements Specification (SRS) has three main parts: the introduction to the document, the overall description of the system for which the SRS is written, and the specific requirements.

The introduction provides information about the SRS document itself. This information includes a statement of the purpose of the document, a statement of the system's scope, a list of definitions and acronyms used in the document, and a list of other documents referred to by this document. The introduction also includes an overview of the system for which the SRS specifies requirements. You ...

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