What are bad requirements?

In the field of software testing, bad requirements refers to, available specifications & requirements, which are, either inadequate or inappropriate, to carry out the task of testing a software product, so as to achieve the desired quality.

What are the four common software requirement defects?

They classified requirements defects into: missing or incomplete, incorrect information, inconsistent, ambiguous or unclear, misplaced, infeasible or non-verifiable, redundant or duplicate, typo or formatting, and not relevant or extraneous.

How can we tell if a requirement is good or bad?

A good requirement states something that is necessary, verifiable, and attainable. Even if it is verifiable and attainable, and eloquently written, if it is not necessary, it is not a good requirement.

What is software requirement with example?

Software requirement can also be a non-functional, it can be a performance requirement. For example, a non-functional requirement is where every page of the system should be visible to the users within 5 seconds. need that has to be implemented into the system.