Information on Requirement Attributes
Regardless of how it was generated, each requirement should have
these requirement attributes: achievable (feasible); unique; traceable with
respect to at least one higher-level requirement; not a combination
of several requirements; complete; verifiable (testable); correct; unambiguous; understandable; design
independent; consistent; and concise. These requirements attributes assist in the
requirements verification activities of requirements engineering.
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