An Agile Approach to Capturing Requirements and Traceability

  • Lee C
  • Guadagno L
  • Jia X
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Abstract

Agile methodologies are gaining popularity quickly, receiving increasing support from the software development community. Current requirements engineering practices have addressed traceability approaches for well defined phase-driven development models. Echo is a tool-based approach that provides for the implicit recording and management of relationships between conversations about requirements, specifications, and subsequent design decisions. By providing a means to capture requirements in an informal manner and later restructure the information to suit formal requirements specifications, Echo aims to solve the problems of applying traditional requirements engineering practices to agile development methods making available the demonstrated benefits of requirements traceability a key enabler for large-scale change management.

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  • Christopher Lee

  • Luigi Guadagno

  • Xiaoping Jia

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