They are the questions the reviewers must ask and answer. They are the Basis for determining the outcome of the review.
Example: SR1: All Product-Value Concepts must be defined quantitatively with Scales and Levels.
Example: CC1: All critical Product-Values for defined Stakeholders must be specified at Levels validated by Stakeholders themselves.
Clarity Rules (*129) are an example of a Standard for how well written a specification should be. They are used in Clarity-Reviews *607
• Design Rules, *593 are Rules for how to design, as opposed to how to specify a design (*129) , it is a Type of Content Rule.
This Concept entered by Nancy Sealy.
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