A QoS ontology cooperated with feature models for non-functional requirements elicitation

Internetware, 2010.

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Non-functional requirements (NFRs) are often regarded as the key success factor in building high quality software. However, most of the requirements elicitation methods are centered on discovering functional requirements only. This paper presents a novel NFRs elicitation approach aiming at empowering requirements analysts with a knowledge...More

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