An ontology-based approach to support for requirements traceability in agile development

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The paper proposes an ontology-based approach to support for requirements traceability in Agile development. The task of supporting the requirements traceability in a software development project is considered as a part of requirements engineering process. A brief overview of the benefits of requirements traceability usage is given. The expediency of using the ontology-based approach to support for requirements engineering, requirements traceability in particular, is shown through the analysis of scientific publications. OWL ontology is chosen to support the requirements engineering process. The ontology is implemented in the Protégé environment. The developed ontology takes into account particular qualities of working with the requirements in Agile projects, accumulates knowledge about the requirements types and requirements artefacts, enables tracing the relations between them.

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Murtazina, M. S., & Avdeenko, T. V. (2019). An ontology-based approach to support for requirements traceability in agile development. In Procedia Computer Science (Vol. 150, pp. 628–635). Elsevier B.V. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2019.02.044

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