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Bayes’ theorem in non-functional requirements analysis — an example

I am not a mathematician, but I do like Bayes’ theorem for non-functional requirements analysis — and I’d like to present an example of its application.1 I was actually going to give a theoretical example of availability requirements, but then … Continue reading

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Sometimes, use-cases just aren’t what you need

I’ve written about use-cases on this blog before (parts one, two and three of the sidebar on use-cases in my podcast come to mind) but I haven’t really talked about when to avoid them. When you get a new piece … Continue reading

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Robustness analysis: the fundamentals

Up until 2008, the global economy was humming along on what seemed like smooth sailing, doing a nice twenty knots on clear waters, with only an occasional radio message saying there were icebergs up ahead. Surely none of that was … Continue reading

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