Difference between revisions of "T-VEC Tablular Modeler"

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Features of the TTM include:
 
Features of the TTM include:
  
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* Requirement modeling
 
* Requirement management
 
* Requirement management
 
* Model decomposition
 
* Model decomposition
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Models in TTM have been used to support requirement defect identification as well as support for unit, integration, and system testing.
 
Models in TTM have been used to support requirement defect identification as well as support for unit, integration, and system testing.
  
==History ==
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==Requirement Modeling==
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Requirement modeling describes behavior in terms of the interfaces to the system or component (box). The model requirements represents "what the box should do" as opposed to "how the box should do it." Sometimes used to model represent properties rather than actual behavior.
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===History ===
 
The tabular modeling approach is derived from the Software Cost Reduction (SCR) method developed by the Naval Research Lab (NRL). The SCR Toolkit was the first tool for modeling using the SCR method [http://chacs.nrl.navy.mil/publications/CHACS/1998/1998heitmeyer-WIFT.pdf].
 
The tabular modeling approach is derived from the Software Cost Reduction (SCR) method developed by the Naval Research Lab (NRL). The SCR Toolkit was the first tool for modeling using the SCR method [http://chacs.nrl.navy.mil/publications/CHACS/1998/1998heitmeyer-WIFT.pdf].
  

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