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Title: Traceability Management Architectures Supporting Total Traceability in the Context of Software Engineering
Authors: García, Héctor
Santos, Eugenio
Windels, Bruno
Keywords: Traceability
Software Architectures
Configuration Management
Software Maintenance
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Institute of Information Theories and Applications FOI ITHEA
Abstract: In the area of Software Engineering, traceability is defined as the capability to track requirements, their evolution and transformation in different components related to engineering process, as well as the management of the relationships between those components. However the current state of the art in traceability does not keep in mind many of the elements that compose a product, specially those created before requirements arise, nor the appropriated use of traceability to manage the knowledge underlying in order to be handled by other organizational or engineering processes. In this work we describe the architecture of a reference model that establishes a set of definitions, processes and models which allow a proper management of traceability and further uses of it, in a wider context than the one related to software development.
ISSN: 1313-0455
Appears in Collections:Book 4 Advanced Studies in Software and Knowledge Engineering

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