My experience with Popkin's System Architect was very good in this area. It was 
pricy the last time I used it, but certainly full-featured.

Tom Liotta wrote:

>   1. Application requirements gathering: tools (Reeve Fritchman)
>I'm in the middle of gathering requirements for a couple of very large
>projects and I'm trying to find a tool I can use to organize factoids
>into one or more functional areas.  In the transportation/logistics
>arena, the links between various application areas are numerous and
>I'd like to be able to enter something like, "If 'x', then 'y' and 'z'."
>Subsequent processing/diagrams/output would show ''x" as a parent or
>predecessor function to 'y' and 'z'; 'y' and 'z' would should
>dependencies on 'x'.  Then, when working on detailed design for 'x',
>'y', or 'z', I'd be able to review the complete set of links.  I'm
>referring process and functional requirements, not to column/table

Tom Liotta
The PowerTech Group, Inc.
19426 68th Avenue South
Kent, WA 98032
Phone  253-872-7788 x313
Fax    253-872-7904

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