Toward an Agile Approach to Managing the Effect of Requirements on Software Architecture during Global Software Development

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Abdulaziz Alsahli; Hameed Khan; Sultan Alyahya;

Requirement change management (RCM) is a critical activity during software development because poor RCM results in occurrence of defects, thereby resulting in software failure. To achieve RCM, efficient impact analysis is mandatory. A common repository is a good approac... View more
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