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UGC-NET | UGC NET CS 2018 Dec – II | Question 9

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​The Software Requirement Specification(SRS) is said to be _________ if and only if no subset of individual requirements described in it conflict with each other.
(A) Correct
(B) Consistent
(C) Unambiguous
(D) Verifiable

Answer: (B)


  • SRS is said to be correct if it covers all the requirements that are actually expected from the system.
  • Requirements in SRS are said to be consistent if there are no conflicts between any set of requirements. Examples of conflict include differences in terminologies used at separate places, logical conflicts like time period of report generation, etc.
  • An SRS is said to be unambiguous if all the requirements stated have only 1 interpretation.
  • An SRS is verifiable if there exists a specific technique to quantifiably measure the extent to which every requirement is met by the system.

Option (B) is correct.

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