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Cem Kaner, Ph.D., J.D. c/o Dept of Computer Sciences, Florida Tech
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SPLAT! Requirements Bugs on the Information Superhighway

Cem Kaner, Brian Lawrence, and Bob Johnson

Software QA Magazine, in press, 1998.

Figure 1 illustrates a simple sales transaction using a credit card. This is a five step transaction:

Figure 2 illustrates a simple sales transaction using a digital signature. This is a five step transaction:

Figure 3 illustrates a fraudulent sales transaction using a digital signature. This is a six step transaction, with lots of follow-up steps.

 


 

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