Methods for validating requirements
The four fundamental methods of verification are Inspection, Demonstration, Test, and Analysis.The four methods are somewhat hierarchical in nature, as each verifies requirements of a product or system with increasing rigor.
A prototype brings the SRS to life by providing the users with a visual model.
It is often used to predict the breaking point or failure of a product or system by using nondestructive tests to extrapolate the failure point.
My views: Requirement verification is about ensuring that they are defined clearly and precisely to the extent that they can be designed, developed and tested.
Terminology: There is a common understand of it and documented.
Clarity: All requirements have unique identifiers and examples are given to make it as simple as possible.
I would agree with the first three; inspection, demonstration and test.