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The Word template can be bought through a template package. Case studies and reports are freely available in the table below.
The following roles and role sets use the Supplementary Specifications:
- Analysts create and maintain the Supplementary Specifications, which serve as a communication
medium between the analyst, the customer, and developers.
- Designers use the Supplementary
Specifications as a reference when defining responsibilities, operations,
and attributes on classes, and when adjusting classes to the implementation
- Implementers refer to the
Supplementary Specifications for input when implementing classes.
- Project managers refer to the
Supplementary Specifications for input when planning iterations.
- Testers use the Supplementary
Specifications to verify system compliance.
Supplementary Specifications go hand-in-hand with the use-case
model, implying that:
- they are initially considered in the Inception
phase, as a complement to defining the scope of the system
- they are refined in an incremental fashion during the Elaboration
and Construction phases
A analyst is responsible for
producing the Supplementary Specifications, which is an important complement to
the use-case model. The Supplementary Specifications and the use-case model together
should capture a complete set of requirements on the system.
The kinds of supplementary requirements vary widely between projects, so
tailoring should be applied to define sections applicable to your project.
Decide which information (attributes) to include in the Vision, and which to
manage using requirements management tools.