Modeling the Impact of Non-functional Requirements on Functional Requirements
To develop quality software and systems, both functional and non-functional requirements need to be taken into account at the same level of abstraction; and must be traced throughout the development cycle. The concept of goal has been widely used and adopted to represent functional and non-functional requirements. However the issue of the impact of non-functional requirements on functional requirements has been rarely addressed. The aim of this paper is to propose a first contribution to this issue.
KeywordsNon-Functional Requirements Goal-oriented requirements modelling dependencies FR-NFR
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