Completing a traceability matrix will ensure that the SRS is complete, that nothing has fallen through the gaps.
It will also ensure that all the requirements elicited can be traced back and justified to business requirements as well as functional requirements.
In order to achieve this, they should be measured against standard quality activities.
The four fundamental methods of verification are Inspection, Demonstration, Test, and Analysis.
The four methods are somewhat hierarchical in nature, as each verifies requirements of a product or system with increasing rigor.
Terminology: There is a common understand of it and documented.
Clarity: All requirements have unique identifiers and examples are given to make it as simple as possible.
This paper will review the evolution of validation techniques and their current status in Requirements Engineering (RE).
We start by answering the following questions: What validate?
I will provide a description of each with two brief examples of how each could be used to verify the requirements for a car and a software application.
is the nondestructive examination of a product or system using one or more of the five senses (visual, auditory, olfactory, tactile, taste).
I would agree with the first three; inspection, demonstration and test.