Non-Functional Requirement Traceability Process Model for Agile Software Development
Keywords:Agile Methodologies, Feature Driven Development, Non-Functional Requirement, Scrum,
AbstractAgile methodologies have been appreciated for the fast delivery of software. They are criticized for poor handling of Non-Functional Requirements (NFRs) such as security and performance and difficulty in tracing the changes caused by updates in NFR that are also associated with Functional Requirements (FRs).This paper presents a novel approach named Traceability process model of Agile Software Development for Tracing NFR change impact (TANC). In order to validate TANC’s compatibility with most of Agile process models, we present a logical model that synchronizes TANC with the two of enhanced models: secure feature-driven development (SFDD) and secured scrum (SScrum).Then, we conducted a case study on TANC using a tool support called Sagile. In terms of adaptability with agile process model, the logical model could be depicted in SFDD and the case study proved that TANC is carried out successfully in SFDD.
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