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The software project requirements should support the user’s business objectives. In other words, each requirement should map to a specific business objective. Determining and aligning the expectations of the customer or client with those of the developer or service provider is necessary to establish software requirements that will be acceptable to both types of stakeholders. Chapter 9, “Managing Stakeholder Expectations,” discusses the alignment between the customer and software developer expectations.

Rerun the whole test later. ) • Rerun the whole test this morning. ) Assumed Risk: • Incomplete results that are available now may be of value to the software engineers who will use them. • The test may fail, or the completion of the test results may be delayed for some other reason. (For example, another user may have already planned to use the computer for testing during the day. The execution of another test on the computer may delay or interfere in some way with the execution of the target test.

Outputs Solution: Bob did not give the first two alternatives in the following list much consideration and chose the last alternative: • Do not rerun the test. ) • Rerun the whole test later. ) • Rerun the whole test this morning. ) Assumed Risk: • Incomplete results that are available now may be of value to the software engineers who will use them. • The test may fail, or the completion of the test results may be delayed for some other reason. (For example, another user may have already planned to use the computer for testing during the day.

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