Methods for validating requirements

The most popular characteristics of good requirements are: Especially during the peer-reviews and inspection, it is additionally possible to improve effectivness of a review by using different reading techniques.

Here is quite a complete list of these supportive techniques: The ad-hoc reading technique does not give any guidance for reviewers.

is the verification of a product or system using a controlled and predefined series of inputs, data, or stimuli to ensure that the product or system will produce a very specific and predefined output as specified by the requirements.

The ad-hoc technique is very dependent on the individuals performing the inspection.My views: Requirement verification is about ensuring that they are defined clearly and precisely to the extent that they can be designed, developed and tested.In order to achieve this, they should be measured against standard quality activities.3.2.2.4.12 Validating Applicant as a Domain Contact Confirming the Applicant’s control over the FQDN by validating the Applicant is the Domain Contact.This method may only be used if the CA is also the Domain Name Registrar, or an Affiliate of the Registrar, of the Base Domain Name.is the nondestructive examination of a product or system using one or more of the five senses (visual, auditory, olfactory, tactile, taste).

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