What is Requirements Traceability?
O. Gotel and A. Finkelstein define requirements traceability as, “Requirements traceability refers to the ability to describe and follow the life of a requirement, in both a forward and backward direction”.
According to the IEEE 830, 1998 standards, “A software requirements specification is traceable if (i) the origin of each of its requirements is clear and if (ii) it facilitates the referencing of each requirement in future development or enhancement documentation”.
What will you learn in this complete guide?
- What is Requirements Traceability?
- Challenges with Requirements Traceability
- 5 Best Practices for Requirements Traceability
- What are the benefits of Tracing Requirements?
- Why trust Visure?