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Requirements in Context – Tool Extension Meta-Model

Requirements in Context – Tool Extension Meta-Model
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Posted by: Adrian M on Saturday, March 6, 2021

The purpose of this spreadsheet is to present details of a meta-model that can and has been used to extend Requirements Management (RM) or Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) tools. The rationale for applying these extensions is discussed in the article: Tool Support for Managing Requirements [In Context]

The primary objectives of Requirements in Context (RIC) is:

1. Keep each High-level requirement high-level.
2. Capture the detail applicable to each detailed requirement in 'structured' extensions.
3. Capture capability-independent data details within Data Dictionary extensions.
4. Capture operational details using capability-specific questions.

The downloadable spreadsheet includes the following tabs:

  • Introduction
  • RIC Requirements Meta-Model - A detailed data model of requirements-related extensions.
  • RIC Data Dictionary Meta-Model - A detailed data model of data dictionary-related extensions.
  • RIC Meta-Model Details - Definitions of the elements in the two meta-models using the RIC Data Dictionary template.
  • Operational Detail Questions - One set of questions for each of the five RIC capability types.

For further details about Requirements in Context see the series of articles.

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COMMENTS

DHollingsworth posted on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 9:39 AM
WOW!!! Simply one of the best article series on specifications....and the template is just AMAZING as well.

Thank you Adrian, and the whole ModernAnalyst community, for doing so much to help me keep informed and growing in my career.

Don Hollingsworth ;-)
Dhollingsworth
Adrian M. posted on Wednesday, April 6, 2022 11:23 PM
:-) Thanks Don! Hope you are well!!
adrian
peter l posted on Monday, May 30, 2022 7:04 PM
Fantastic job!
peterlyons
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