Make the Most of Your Time: How Should the Analyst Work with Automated Traceability Tools?

@article{Dekhtyar2007MakeTM,
  title={Make the Most of Your Time: How Should the Analyst Work with Automated Traceability Tools?},
  author={Alex Dekhtyar and J David Hayes and Jody Larsen},
  journal={Third International Workshop on Predictor Models in Software Engineering (PROMISE'07: ICSE Workshops 2007)},
  year={2007},
  pages={4-4}
}
Several recent studies employed traditional information retrieval (IR) methods to assist in the mapping of elements of software engineering artifacts to each other. This activity is referred to as candidate link generation because the final say in determining the final mapping belongs to the human analyst. Feedback techniques that utilize information from the analyst (on whether the candidate links are correct or not) have been shown to improve the quality of the mappings. Yet the analyst is… CONTINUE READING

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