A simple example of what an atomic or individual or singular requirement statement should be. Using the example of the familiar login screen, shows the evolution from a low quality initial attempt at requirements to a complete atomic requirement statement. Introduces the idea of a system glossary to support the atomic requirement.
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See also Requirements Quick Notes and Atomic Requirements Quick Notes for background on this method and style of making high quality requirements.