An Automated tool for requirements verification

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2004
Tekin, Yaşar
In today̕s world, only those software organizations that consistently produce high quality products can succeed. This situation enforces the effective usage of defect prevention and detection techniques. One of the most effective defect detection techniques used in software development life cycle is verification of software requirements applied at the end of the requirements engineering phase. If the existing verification techniques can be automated to meet today̕s work environment needs, the effectiveness of these techniques can be increased. This study focuses on the development and implementation of an automated tool that automates verification of software requirements modeled in Aris eEPC and Organizational Chart for automatically detectable defects. The application of reading techniques on a project and comparison of results of manual and automated verification techniques applied to a project are also discussed.

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Y. Tekin, “An Automated tool for requirements verification,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2004.