American Journal of Information Science and Computer Engineering
Articles Information
American Journal of Information Science and Computer Engineering, Vol.3, No.4, Jul. 2017, Pub. Date: Jun. 14, 2017
Impact of Avoiding Non-functional Requirements in Software Development Stage
Pages: 52-55 Views: 176 Downloads: 253
Authors
[01] Muhammad Shahid, Centre of Excellence in Science and Applied Technologies (CESAT), Islamabad, Pakistan.
[02] Khawaja Awais Tasneem, Centre of Excellence in Science and Applied Technologies (CESAT), Islamabad, Pakistan.
Abstract
Non-functional requirements such as security, performance, usability, scalability and maintenance define the quality attributes or constraints of software to be developed. During the development of software, they are as critical as their counterpart functional requirements because they ensure the quality of software product. Avoiding non-functional requirements or constraints during the requirements engineering process could lead to the failure of software projects. In order to investigate this problem, we have reviewed several published research papers. Based on the study of previously published research this paper gives an overview of impact of avoiding nonfunctional requirements of software project during requirements engineering process. In this research we will also give our recommendations for the improvement of requirements engineering practices.
Keywords
Non-functional Requirements, Requirements Engineering, Software Development models, Security, Scalability, Maintainability
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