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2 RE Taxonomy1 It is important that all stakeholders and process participants in the development of products understand the meaning of each requirements engineering term to represent the same thing. If, for example, customers, product managers, and manufacturing understand the term “feature” to mean different things, there may be difficulty with quality assurance tasks and related productivity. ” Consequently, it may be necessary for an organization or project to create its own set of definitions wherever there is the potential for misunderstandings.
Project management can then use this list for planning, including the definition of decision and review points, work products needed, and quality artifacts needed to measure project quality and efficiency. 17.
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