Requirements interaction management

Abstract

Requirements interaction management (RIM) is the set of activities directed toward the discovery, management, and disposition of critical relationships among sets of requirements, which has become a critical area of requirements engineering. This survey looks at the evolution of supporting concepts and their related literature, presents an issues-based framework for reviewing processes and products, and applies the framework in a review of RIM state-of-the-art. Finally, it presents seven research projects that exemplify this emerging discipline.

DOI: 10.1145/857076.857079

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@article{Robinson2003RequirementsIM, title={Requirements interaction management}, author={William N. Robinson and Suzanne D. Pawlowski and Vecheslav Volkov}, journal={ACM Comput. Surv.}, year={2003}, volume={35}, pages={132-190} }