Requirement Specifications

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A requirements specification is a document that clearly and precisely defines an application’s logical requirements (or needs) in such a way that it is possible to test the finished system to verify that those needs have actually been met. It is used to ensure that a customer’s needs are correctly defined before time, money, and resources are wasted working on the wrong solution. Typically, writing a formal requirements specification is the final step in the analysis phase of the system development life cycle.

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