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16.4. REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING SCOPE AND PROCESSES

Requirements engineering can generally be broken into two major groups of activities: requirements development and requirements management. Table 16.2 places these activities in the context of product development phases. The simple product development life cycle we introduced in Chapter 2 used four phases: requirements, design, construct, and operate. (As we noted in Chapter 2, this model represents a high level of abstraction—and would be broken into more specific phases for many kinds of product development effort.) That simplistic view of a development life cycle rightly begins with a focus on requirements. Table 16.2, however, points out how requirements engineering activities continue to drive development all the way through product acceptance.


  

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