Exploiting a Goal-Decomposition Technique to Prioritize Non-functional Requirements

@inproceedings{Daneva2007ExploitingAG,
  title={Exploiting a Goal-Decomposition Technique to Prioritize Non-functional Requirements},
  author={Maya Daneva and Mohamad Kassab and Mar{\'i}a Laura Ponisio and Roel Wieringa and Olga Ormandjieva},
  booktitle={WER},
  year={2007}
}
Business stakeholders need to have clear and realistic goals if they want to meet commitments in application development. As a consequence, at early stages they prioritize requirements. However, requirements do change. The effect of change forces the stakeholders to balance alternatives and reprioritize requirements accordingly. In this paper we discuss the problem of priorities to non-functional requirements subjected to change. We, then, propose an approach to help smooth the impact of such… CONTINUE READING

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