- Software requirements are the foundation from which quality is measured. Lack of conformance to requirements is lack of quality.
- Specified standards define a set of development criteria that guide the manner in which software is engineered. If the criteria are not followed, lack of quality will almost surely result.
- There is a set of implicit requirements that often goes unmentioned (e.g., the desire for ease of use). If software conforms to its explicit requirements but fails to meet implicit requirements, software quality is suspect.
So there is relationship. As we have measurement correct we will have solid requirements and on that at the quality will be fine