30 productivity tips from the developers of IBM Rational Requirements Composer, Part 1. Navigation

Explore, elaborate, and collaborate to increase your efficiency

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David Murray and Christopher Geiss

Date archived: May 2, 2017 | First published: June 01, 2009

Software requirements are actualized in a variety of forms that can be difficult to navigate and discuss uniformly: use case diagrams, screen mock-ups, text descriptions, flow charts, and so forth. Besides providing specific editors for these types of content, IBM Rational Requirements Composer fosters collaboration by offering universal tools and views to search for, comment on, and define and navigate links between artifacts of any type. This exploration of these common facilities is punctuated by specific tips and tricks from the developers of Rational Requirements Composer to help you use this software more productively. With this knowledge, you will spend less time opening artifacts unnecessarily and retyping redundant information and more time meeting your customers' requirements.

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