A trace ability
matrix is a type of document that helps correlate and trace business,
application, security or any other requirements to their implementation,
testing or completion. It evaluates and relates between different system
components and provides the status of project requirements in terms of their
level of completion.
Requirements traceability identifies and documents the lineage of each requirement, including its backward traceability (derivation), its forward traceability (allocation) and its relationship to other requirements. Traceability is used to help ensure solution conformance to requirements and to assist in scope and change management, risk management, time management, cost management, and communication management. It is also used to detect missing functionality or to identify if implemented functionality is not supported by a specific requirement.
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