Scope Management of Non-Functional Requirements

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Scope Management of Non-Functional Requirements
Getting business stakeholders’ goals formulated clearly and project scope defined realistically increases the chance of success for any application development process. As a consequence, stakeholders at early project stages acquire as much as possible knowledge about the requirements, their risk estimates and their prioritization. Current industrial practice suggests that in most software projects this scope assessment is performed on the user’s functional requirements (FRs), while the non-functional requirements (NFRs) remain, by and large, ignored. However, the increasing software complexity and competition in the software industry has highlighted the need to consider NFRs as an integral part of software modeling and development. This paper contributes towards harmonizing the need to build the functional behavior of a system with the need to model the associated NFRs while maintaining a scope management for NFRs. The paper presents a systematic and precisely defined model towards...
Mohamad Kassab, Maya Daneva, Olga Ormandjieva
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Updated 02 Jun 2010
Type Conference
Year 2007
Authors Mohamad Kassab, Maya Daneva, Olga Ormandjieva
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