An Ontology Based Approach to Non-functional Requirements Conceptualization

@article{Kassab2009AnOB,
  title={An Ontology Based Approach to Non-functional Requirements Conceptualization},
  author={Mohamad Kassab and Olga Ormandjieva and Maya Daneva},
  journal={2009 Fourth International Conference on Software Engineering Advances},
  year={2009},
  pages={299-308}
}
The growing awareness of the importance of Non- Functional Requirements (NFRs) among the requirements engineering (RE) community in the last few years led to a heightened interest in NFRs description and modeling and, in turn, to the emergence of several models intended to capture and structure the relevant concepts defining the NFRs and their relations. Yet, most of the terms and concepts in use for describing NFRs have been loosely defined, and often there is no commonly accepted taxonomy of… CONTINUE READING

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