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How to find non-functional requirements in system developments

Abstract : The current complexity of systems requires a full understanding of stakeholder needs in system design. Later, these needs will become requirements of the system: functional requirements are quite easy to describe for the customer, but finding the non-functional requirements is an actual challenge; however, they are essential to design the system. The objective of this research work is to provide support when defining non-functional requirements. The proposal consists in a requirement classification and a questionnaire that progressively guides the elicitation of stakeholder needs. This method is applied to three case studies, demonstrating its interest and indicating opportunities for improvement.
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Karla I. Gomez Sotelo, Claude Baron, Philippe Esteban, Citlalih Y. A. Gutiérrez Estrada, Luis de J. Laredo Velázquez. How to find non-functional requirements in system developments. 16th IFAC Symposium on Information Control Problems in Manufacturing (INCOM 2018), Jun 2018, Bergamo, Italy. 6p. ⟨hal-01827358⟩



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