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Software Requirements: Styles & Techniques

Software Requirements: Styles & Techniques
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Categories: Requirements

Author(s): Soren Lauesen
Paperback: 608 pages
ISBN-13: 978-0201745702
 

Writing a good requirements specification doesn't take more time. This book shows how it's done--many times faster and many times smarter. For aspiring students with IT careers. Softcover.

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