Integrating goals after prioritization and evaluation-A Goal-oriented requirements engineering method

@article{Vinay2014IntegratingGA,
  title={Integrating goals after prioritization and evaluation-A Goal-oriented requirements engineering method},
  author={S. Vinay and Shridhar Aithal and Sudhakar G Adiga},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1412.2588}
}
Decision support system in Requirements engineering plays an important role in software development life cycle. The relationship between functional and non-functional requirements often plays a crucial role in resolving conflicts or arriving at decisions in requirements engineering phase. Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering (GORE) methods make a good attempt of addressing these aspects which are helpful in decision support. We propose a GORE method - Integrating goals after prioritization… 
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