Acceptance criteria are requirements that are used in acceptance testing to confirm that a product, service, process or system is ready for launch.The term is heavily associated with scrum, a project delivery technique. In this context, acceptance criteria are part of a user story that provide the detailed requirements for each story represented as a list of expectations from a user perspective.
Acceptance criteria is also used in as a more general term to indicate any set of functional or non-function requirements that are used as criteria for accepting a project, project deliverable or change request as compete.
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