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Modelling the contribution structure underlying requirements
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  • Authors:
    Gotel O, Finkelstein A
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    Auflage Aachen: Verlag der Augustinus Buchhandlung
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    54802 Imported via OAI, 7:29:01 2nd Aug 2005 Improvements in requirements traceability (RT) are essential for developing better quality softwaresystems. Based upon empirical investigations with practitioners, and an extensive survey of techniques andtool support for requirements engineering (RE), we explain why conventional RT can only support limitedimprovements in quality, and suggest extensions required to provide further improvements. Theseextensions revolve around the ability to continuously model, and hence trace, those who have contributedin the production and refinement of the requirements specification (RS). In this paper, we propose anapproach to support such modelling, outline preliminary details, and discuss how it provides thefoundations for developing quality software.
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