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New Post 6/10/2011 3:36 AM
User is offline TankFish
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Incorrect requirements graph 


A while ago I remember seeing a graph or table that outlined the cost/effect that bad requirments have on a project. As the project gets closer to the end the bad req's have a greater effect. Anyne seen something like this? 


New Post 6/23/2011 5:33 AM
User is offline Craig Brown
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Re: Incorrect requirements graph 

 Yep  -I think it was Barry Boehm's work from the 80's.

THe keyword search should ppbably include 'cost of quality' or 'cost of poor requirements.'  I don't think the numbers stand up anymore but the principle remains.

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