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General"What is requirement" vs. "What is design" Pin
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Marc Clifton wrote:
real question is, how do you test the requirements.


Hmm, I wonder if requirements could be written in a declaritive way using a logic programming language. Then the requirements could be "run" to see if they are self-consistent.
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