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Structured Development for Real-Time Systems by Paul T. Ward, Stephen J. Mellor

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Chapter 12. Implementation Model Traceability

Introduction

Chapter 7 of Volume 2, Essential Model Traceability, justified the need for traceability between the narrative specification document, the environmental model and the behavioral model. A tool for keeping the traces, namely tracing tables, was described. The same need exists to trace the implementation model back to its sources. The implementation model is derived from the essential model, so implementation model traceability is intended to answer two questions: First, is each essential model component implemented by the implementation model? Second, is each implementation model component required to implement some essential model component? Tracing tables can again be used to show the connections ...

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