Chapter 2 discussed specification formats that can be used to communicate information to both users and technical development personnel. Chapter 3 focused on the specific tools to create the logical equivalent. A diagram was used to show how an architect created a drawing for the user and a blueprint for the builder. This example was expanded to relate to the analyst, as Figure 7.1 reminds us.
KeywordsTest Plan Technical Documentation Logical Equivalent Business Specification Development Life Cycle
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