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    An Analysis of the Requirements Traceability Problem Imperial College of Science , Technology & Medicine Department of Computing , 180 Queen ' s Gate

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    Investigates and discusses the underlying nature of the requirements traceability problem. Our work is based on empirical studies, involving over 100 practitioners, and an evaluation of current support. We introduce the distinction between pre-requirements specification (pre-RS) traceability and post-requirements specification (post-RS) traceability to demonstrate why an all-encompassing solution to the problem is unlikely, and to provide a framework through which to understand its multifaceted nature. We report how the majority of the problems attributed to poor requirements traceability are due to inadequate pre-RS traceability and show the fundamental need for improvements. We present an analysis of the main barriers confronting such improvements in practice, identify relevant areas in which advances have been (or can be) made, and make recommendations for research

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    Title : An Analysis of the Requirements Traceability Problem Imperial College of Science , Technology & Medicine Department of Computing , 180 Queen ' s Gate
    Author(s) : Orlena C Z Gotel, Anthony C W Finkelstein
    Abstract : Investigates and discusses the underlying nature of the requirements traceability problem. Our work is based on empirical studies, involving over 100 practitioners, and an evaluation of current support. We introduce the distinction between pre-requirements specification (pre-RS) traceability and post-requirements specification (post-RS) traceability to demonstrate why an all-encompassing solution to the problem is unlikely, and to provide a framework through which to understand its multifaceted nature. We report how the majority of the problems attributed to poor requirements traceability are due to inadequate pre-RS traceability and show the fundamental need for improvements. We present an analysis of the main barriers confronting such improvements in practice, identify relevant areas in which advances have been (or can be) made, and make recommendations for research
    Keywords : post requirements specification, pre requirements, requirements, requirements engineering practice, requirements traceability, specification traceability, traceability, traceability tools

    Subject : unspecified
    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 1994

    Affiliations Computer Science, UCL, London
    Journal : Development
    Publisher : IEEE
    Pages : 94-101
    Url : http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=292398
    Doi : 10.1109/ICRE.1994.292398

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