An introduction to requirements and the importance of making single atomic requirements statements. Atomic requirements have advantages and improve the requirements process, support requirement verification and validation, enable traceability, support testability of systems, and provide management advantages.
Why has there been so little emphasis on atomic requirements?
Honig, William L.. Introduction to Atomic Requirements. , , : , 2016. Retrieved from Loyola eCommons, Computer Science: Faculty Publications and Other Works,
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See also Requirements Quick Notes and Atomic Requirements Quick Notes.