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You should now have a pretty clear idea of the requirements and the answers.

Looking at the matrix you just created should show which approaches to choose

and where you have more work to do. You will want to choose approaches that

give you the most ‘‘bang for the buck.’’ As you continue to review the approaches,

you may well want to combine the best of them into a single approach

that applies to the greatest number of problems. As you read through the book

and the Attachments, you will find that some approaches or forms or techniques

apply to a great number of requirements or issues. The Requirements Traceability

Matrix (RTM), presented in Chapter 1 and Attachment 7, is one such approach

that is applied to many issues. Use this same applicability as you choose

your causes.

Notes

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