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Why would we want to locate an OSR and just assign it
a status of obsolete? Is this a good reason?

Answer #1

Software companies have to identify which requirements are obsolete or outdated. The rapid identification and handling of potentially obsolete requirements is important as large volumes of degrading requirements threatens effective requirements management. In extreme cases, obsolete requirements could dramatically extend project timelines, increase the total cost of the project or even cause project failure; and even the successful identification of the obsolete requirements without handling adds little or no product value. Thus, the identification, handling, and removal of obsolete requirements is crucial.

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