Fernando Luis de Carvalho e Silva

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1. Introduction Behavior Driven Development (NORTH, 2006) is a specification technique that is growing in acceptance in the Agile methods communities. BDD allows to securely verify that all functional requirements were treated properly by source code, by connecting the textual description of these requirements to tests. On the other side, the Enterprise(More)
Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) is a specification technique that automatically certifies that all functional requirements are treated properly by source code, through the connection of the textual description of these requirements to automated tests. Given that in some areas, in special Enterprise Information Systems, requirements are identified by(More)
A typical problem in Software Engineering is how to guarantee that all system's requirements are correctly implemented through source code. Traditionally, requirement tracing is a manual task comprised of keeping links from requirements to source code, going through different modeling artifacts, including models. However, these techniques cannot guarantee(More)
A classical problem in Software Engineering is how to certify that every system requirement is correctly implemented by source code. This problem, albeit well studied, can still be considered an open one, given the problems faced by software development organizations. Trying to solve this problem, Behavior-Driven Development (BDD) is a specification(More)
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