Create requirement links to establish traceability to model elements, test cases, test harnesses, MATLAB® code lines, data dictionaries, Stateflow® elements, System Composer™ architecture models, and other requirements. Specify the link type to convey the nature of the relationship, such as a model element that implements a functional requirement or a test harness that verifies a test specification. Create custom requirement and link types to extend the default linking capabilities.
Use the Requirements Perspective View to view requirement details of design elements on the Simulink® Editor.
|Set version of linked requirements documents|
|Get configured version of linked requirements documents|
|Clear requirements and links from memory|
|Create traceable links|
|Find requirement, reference, and link set artifacts|
|Create a traceability diagram|
|Create traceability matrix|
|Get navigation URL for link source or destination, requirement, test or Simulink model element|
|Create options structure for traceability matrix|
|Get incoming links for requirement or other linkable item|
|Load requirements/link set|
|Get outgoing links for a block or other linkable item|
|Navigate to link source or destination|
|Convert link source or destination information from structure to model object type|
Specify how requirements relate to Simulink blocks, Stateflow objects, generated code, and to each other.
Associate requirements with elements in your model by using the Simulink canvas.
Associate test cases with requirements.
Create, manage, and navigate traceability links between lines in MATLAB code files and requirements information in external documents.
Visualize, Manage, and Troubleshoot Links
Track and manage links and change issues with the Traceability Matrix.
Visualize the traceability structure of requirements and other Model-Based Design items with the Traceability Diagram.
Assess the allocation of requirements and impact of changes.
Check for missing or unresolved links.
Link with Third-Party Applications
Link from requirements in a Word document to Simulink blocks.
Link from Microsoft® Excel® documents to requirements when using Windows® platforms.
Link to requirements in IBM® DOORS® Next.
Insert hyperlinks to navigate from requirements documents to model elements in Simulink.