Requirements Transformations and Traceability using Engineering Studio

Textual requirements are a living entity in the current Systems Engineering projects.

Requirements might come from customers, even in different languages, requirements are expressed at different level of detail, before they are validated through test cases; requirements are also key in the identification of the high-level architecture of the system, as well as other diagrams generated during a modeling stage.

Goals of the course

  • Review the importance of traceability among different sort of work items
  • Introduction to the Engineering Studio
  • Introduction to the Traceability Studio, the traceability add-on of Engineering Studio
  • Introduction to the Requirements Engineering Studio, the add-on in Engineering Studio for requirements

Description

Textual requirements are a living entity in the current Systems Engineering projects. Requirements might come from customers, even in different languages, requirements are expressed at different level of detail, before they are validated through test cases; requirements are also key in the identification of the high-level architecture of the system, as well as other diagrams generated during a modeling stage.

Requirements Engineering Studio is based on requirements patterns to provide a wide set of textual transformation: among different languages, at different levels of abstraction, to be transformed in textual test cases, or even in model elements.

Finally, traceability is key for the success of the projects, and fully required in safety critical projects. The concept of traceability is introduced in this course from a Systems Engineering perspective, then the Traceability Studio tool is presented and practices using this tool are provided.

Pre-Requirements / Who should attend

  • Business analysts
  • Functional analysts
  • Project managers
  • Quality managers
  • Systems engineers
  • System architects

Outline

  1. The lifecycle of a requirement
  2. The concept of requirement pattern and multi-language ontologies in the System Knowledge Manager tool.
  3. Requirements translation in Requirements Engineering Studio
  4. Requirements transformations in Requirements Engineering Studio
  5. The traceability concept in systems engineering projects
  6. Connecting to different sources in the Engineering Studio
  7. The basics of the Traceability Studio add-on: definition of a traceability project, managing traceability modules and traces in Traceability Studio
  8. Advanced operations: suspect links, impact analysis and traces import in Traceability Studio
  9. Traceability reporting with Traceability Studio

Schedule

Duration: 1 day

Timetable: from 9pm to 6pm (a break for lunch and two more coffee breaks)

teacher

Juan Llorens

Teachers

CTO of The REUSE Company.

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