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Context-aware recommender systems for non-functional requirements

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2 Author(s)
Danylenko, A. ; Sch. of Comput. Sci., Phys. & Math., Linnaeus Univ., Vaxjo, Sweden ; Lowe, W.

For large software projects, system designers have to adhere to a significant number of functional and non-functional requirements, which makes software development a complex engineering task. If these requirements change during the development process, complexity even increases. In this paper, we suggest recommendation systems based on context-aware composition to enable a system designer to postpone and automate decisions regarding efficiency non-functional requirements, such as performance, and focus on the design of the core functionality of the system instead. Context-aware composition suggests the optimal component variants of a system for different static contexts (e.g., software and hardware environment) or even different dynamic contexts (e.g., actual parameters and resource utilization). Thus, an efficiency non-functional requirement can be automatically optimized statically or dynamically by providing possible component variants. Such a recommender system reduces time and effort spent on manually developing optimal applications that adapts to different (static or dynamic) contexts and even changes thereof.

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Recommendation Systems for Software Engineering (RSSE), 2012 Third International Workshop on

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4-4 June 2012