Requirements Metrics - Definitions of a Working List of Possible Metrics for Requirements Quality
A work in progress to define a metrics set for requirements. Metrics are defined that apply to either the entire requirements set (requirements document as a whole) or individual atomic (or singular, individual) requirements statements. Requirements are identified with standard names and a identification scheme and include both subjective and objective measures.
An example metric for the full set of requirements: Rd2 - Requirements Consistency, Is the set of atomic requirements internally consistent, with no contradictions, no duplication between individual requirements? An example of a metric for a single requirement: Ra4 - Requirement Verifiability, How adequately can this requirement be tested? Is it perfectly clear what test(s) are needed to confirm the requirement is met? Is it clear what should be considered a failure of a test of this requirement?
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See also Requirements Quick Notes and Atomic Requirements Quick Notes.