Implicit Requirements and the Peeking Technique

In an attempt to more fully define the software product and to increase the ability to rationally test the software product, the Peeking Methodology was born. This methodology provides a simple means for capturing product capabilities as they are continually defined and redefined throughout the product life cycle. Making it reasonably simple increases the likelihood of it actually being implemented and sustained throughout a product's life cycle. This paper seeks to examine and explain the methodological process of peeking.

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