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3 Keys to Improving Traceability And Impact Analysis With IBM Rational

3 Keys to Improving Traceability And Impact Analysis With IBM Rational

Date: Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Time: 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
Duration: 60 minutes

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When you are developing a product with a significant software component, you need to be able to assess the impact of change in requirements, or uncover the root cause of a problem — you need to be able to do effective impact analysis. Traceability from requirements through design artifacts and beyond is critical for both effective impact analysis as well as for analyzing defects and errors. This webcast will show how to trace from requirements through design and test with the IBM Rational Systems and Software Engineering Solution to improve your ability to do impact and fault analysis.

In this webcast you will learn:

  • How the appropriate requirements structure and requirements attributes can improve traceability
  • How effective requirements and design processes can improve traceability
  • How automation and a linked data approach can significantly enhance your ability to do impact analysis

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Featured Speakers:

Brian T. Nolan, Ph.D.:  — Go to Market Manager, Aerospace & Defense IBM Software, Rational
Justin Dyer:  — Systems Solutions Architect, IBM Rational

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