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What is compounded requirement and why it is discouraged when documenting requirements?
By the same token, what is fragmented requirement?
What is the impact of compounded requirements and overly fragmented requirements? (Overly fragmented refers to situation where requirements should not be fragmented)
As a software engineer, what would be your strategy when documenting requirements?

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Fragmented requirements are usually called those requirements which cannot be found as whole pieces within a single place from the documentation; practically their parts are spread across multiple statements and this makes their identification cumbersome. The immediate consequence is that additional time must be spent by Software Engineering for the reassembly process....

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