RE: Test Tool Specification
- Subject: RE: Test Tool Specification
- From: Stephen Brackin <SBrackin@cygnacom.com>
- Date: Mon, 10 May 2004 13:03:16 -0400
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>> As one who works with requirements specifications all the time (and not
>> the CC, but procurement specifications as well), I can tell you that
>> ambiguities exist in all specifications, and that each party using a
>> specification will attempt to interpret any ambiguity to their advantage.
But then there are formal specifications, and there's no ambiguity in those.
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