REQcollect: Requirements collection, project matching and technology transition
|REQcollect: Requirements collection, project matching and technology transition|
|Author(s)||Goldrich L., Hamer S., McNeil M., Longstaff T., Gatlin R., Bello-Ogunu E.|
|Published in||Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Semantics, Technology transfer, Agile development, Assessment models, Department of Homeland Security, Information sharing, Matching algorithm, Requirements elicitation, Semantic mediawiki, Technology transition, Systems science)|
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REQcollect: Requirements collection, project matching and technology transition is a 2014 conference paper written in English by Goldrich L., Hamer S., McNeil M., Longstaff T., Gatlin R., Bello-Ogunu E. and published in Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.
This paper describes the evolution of REQcollect (REQuirements Collection). REQcollect was developed through several iterations of agile development and the transition of other projects. Multiple federal agencies have sponsored the work as well as transitioned the technologies into use. The parents of REQcollect are REQdb (REQuirements Database) and DART3 (Department of Homeland Security Assistant for R&D Tracking and Technology Transfer) . DART3 was developed from three other projects: TPAM (Transition Planning and Assessment Model) , GNOSIS (Global Network Operations Survey and Information Sharing) [3,4] Aqueduct , a semantic MediaWiki extension. REQcollect combines the best components of these previous systems: a requirements elicitation and collection tool and a Google-like matching algorithm to identify potential transitions of R&D projects that match requirements.
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