RM (Requirement Management)
  • Requirement Management
  • SILKROAD Requirement Management is a web-based system to manage and control the software requirement. Requirement documents created in requirement editor are displayed via document view of SILKROAD requirement management. Requirement viewer consists of a document viewer, a grid viewer and a coverage viewer. Document viewer displays requirement document, leveled requirements created through software development phases and upstream/downstream traceability information of a selected requirement. Grid viewer is similar to a list viewer and shows only the requirements in the requirement document. Coverage view contains requirement coverage status. Level of requirement can be added or deleted by users.
Main features & Functions
Version Control & Comparison of Requirements Documents
Data Integration between Task, Issue and Test System
Manage Requirements including Images, Tables & Equations
Import Model from SCADE
Leveled Requirements Management
Upstream/Downstream Traceability Management
Change History Management
Grid & Coverage View
Leveled Requirement management
In general, depending on the progress of the conceptual design of the software development, detailed design requirements, such as step-by-step guide is created for you, so that you can manage supports. Step by Step structure.
Upstream/Downstream Traceability Management
Upstream/Downstream Traceability Requirements are easily found on document via requirements list and upstream / downstream of requirements traceability is possible.
Requirements Document Version Comparison
Version comparison view of requirement documents is displayed in 3-ways. User can select comparison target documents.
Requirements Impact Analysis
Through the details of the requirements, the relevant requirements can be checked and impact of the requirements can be analyzed.
  • SILKROAD manages and traces requirements and configuration efficiently by data integration between 3rd party’s developing tools and self-developed tools.
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