Table of Contents and Sample Chapters for
More About Software Requirements: Thorny Issues and Practical Advice
by Karl E. Wiegers

(Microsoft Press, 2006; ISBN 0-7356-2267-1)


Part I: On Essential Requirements Concepts Chapter 1. Fundamentals of Software Requirements
Chapter 2. Cosmic Truths About Software Requirements
Part II: On the Management View of Requirements Chapter 3. The Business Value of Better Requirements
Chapter 4. How Long Do Requirements Take?
Chapter 5. Estimating Based on Requirements
Part III: On Customer Interactions Chapter 6. The Myth of the On-Site Customer
Chapter 7. An Inquiry, Not an Inquisition
Chapter 8. Two Eyes Aren't Enough
Part IV: On Use Cases Chapter 9. Use Cases and Scenarios and Stories, Oh My!
Chapter 10. Actors and Users
Chapter 11. When Use Cases Aren't Enough
Part V: On Writing Requirements Chapter 11. Bridging Documents
Chapter 13. How Much Detail Do You Need?
Chapter 14. To Duplicate or Not To Duplicate
Chapter 15. Elements of Requirements Style
Chapter 16. The Fuzzy Line Between Requirements and Design
Part VI: On the Requirements Process Chapter 17. Defining Project Scope
Chapter 18. The Line in the Sand
Chapter 19. The Six Blind Men and the Requirements
Part VII: On Managing Requirements Chapter 20. Handling Requirements for Multiple Releases
Chapter 21. Business Requirements and Business Rules
Chapter 22. Measuring Requirements
Chapter 23. Exploiting Requirements Management Tools