This thesis presents the comparison between three selected standards and methods for software requirements specifications. IEEE 830 specification and use cases represent older, while user stories represent newer generation of methods for specification writing.
Each method is first explained in theory and then on a practical example. E-študent, a well-known application to the students of the Faculty of computer and information science, serves as our practical example. The application is only partially described, since it suffices for our comparison. The theoretical and practical presentation of the methods is followed by the comparison, in which the three methods are being compared theoretically to emphasize the biggest differences between them.