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Characterizing the Implementation of Software Non-functional Requirements from Probabilistic Perspective

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2 Author(s)
Bo Wei ; Acad. of Math, & Syst. Sci., Chinese Acad. of Sci., Beijing, China ; Zhi Jin

Non-functional requirements are quality concerns of a software envisioned. As an effective treatment, goal-oriented method can capture NFR-related knowledge so that an evaluation for a specific implementation strategy can be provided. This paper makes a meaningful attempt to observe the implementation strategies of non-functional requirements in a probabilistic way, and obtain the probabilistic result for each satisficing status. The contribution of our work is to give a clear justification about whether there exists a proper implementation strategy for multiple non-functional requirements so that they can be guaranteed of the specific satisficing statuses, and if so how big the possibility is.

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2011 IEEE 35th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference

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18-22 July 2011