Mastering the Requirements Process
By Suzanne Robertson & James Robertson
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One of the most comprehensive book on developing requirements. While it's written from a software engineering perspective, it's goes far beyond technical requirements to consider issues of visual presentation, legal concerns and corporate politics (although it doesn't cover content at all, due to the authors' background). It's quite readable and never pendantic. The guts of the authors' philosophy is available online, but the book explains the thinking behind it in more detail and provides examples and a case study. ::

Reviewed June 5, 2001

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