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Bridging the gap among academics and practitioners in non-functional requirements management: some reflections and proposals for the future

Author
Franch, X.; Ameller, D.; Ayala, C.P.; Cabot, J.
Type of activity
Book chapter
Book
Modelling and quality in requirements engineering
First page
267
Last page
273
Publisher
Monsenstein und Vannerdat
Date of publication
2012
ISBN
978-3-86991-724-5 Open in new window
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/22848 Open in new window
Abstract
The software engineering community has paid a lot of attention to the study of non-functional requirements (NFRs). Along time, framing NFRs into an articulated framework has become an elusive target. As a consequence, prac-titioners usually integrate NFRs in the different system life-cycle activities in an ad-hoc manner. In this work, we summarise the results of a recent empirical study involving 13 software architects from the Spanish. These results serve as the basis for discussion about possi...
Citation
Franch, X. [et al.]. Bridging the gap among academics and practitioners in non-functional requirements management: some reflections and proposals for the future. A: "Modelling and quality in requirements engineering". Monsenstein und Vannerdat, 2012, p. 267-273.
Keywords
NFR, Non-functional requirement, Software architect
Group of research
GESSI - Group of Software and Service Engineering
inSSIDE - integrated Software, Service, Information and Data Engineering

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