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Traceability process for large OO projects

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J. -P. Corriveau ; Sch. of Comput. Sci., Carleton Univ., Ottawa, Ont., Canada

Object-oriented software development has become popular, but scaling it up for large projects has been a problem. With large OO projects, late integration problems are a particular concern. They can cause schedule slippage and other difficulties. I developed a process called Traceability for OO Quality Engineering, or TOOQE, to minimize such problems. TOOQE emphasizes traceability and the integration of development and testing to achieve quality and maintainability. TOOQE features an iterative design process that lets developers correct mistakes and learn more about the problem they are trying to solve as they go along. Each iteration includes requirements capture, analysis, design, coding, and testing. In other words, each is a mini-life cycle

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Computer  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 9 )