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Suggestions for Requirements Gathering Books?

Suggestions for Requirements Gathering Books?

Suggestions for Requirements Gathering Books?

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Does anyone have a recommendation on one or more good books on Requirements Gathering?

RE: Suggestions for Requirements Gathering Books?

I can't recommend a specific book, but Google "Use Case Modeling."  Best thing I've seen for really driving out business requirements (which can then be translated into technical requirements).

Then google the phrase "common errors in requirements analysis."

< M!ke >
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- Winston Churchill

RE: Suggestions for Requirements Gathering Books?

My two favorites are:
Software Requirements: Styles and Techniques - Soren Lauesen and Requirements-Led Project Management by Robertson and Robertson.

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RE: Suggestions for Requirements Gathering Books?

Try Exploring Requirements by Gerry Weinberg. THis is really good

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