Toward a Tailored Modeling of Non-Functional Requirements for Telecommunication Systems


Addressing non-functional requirements in Real-Time Embedded Systems (RTES) is of critical importance. Proper functionality of the whole system is heavily dependent on satisfying these requirements. In model-based approaches for development of the systems in RTES domain, there are several methods and languages for modeling and analysis of non-functional requirements. However, in this domain there are different types of systems that have different sets of non-functional requirements. The problem is that the general modeling approaches for RTES may not cover all the needs of these sub domains such as telecommunication. In this poster paper, we suggest an approach to complement and apply general RTES modeling languages to better cover different non-functional requirements of telecommunication systems.

DOI: 10.1109/ITNG.2011.179

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@article{Saadatmand2011TowardAT, title={Toward a Tailored Modeling of Non-Functional Requirements for Telecommunication Systems}, author={Mehrdad Saadatmand and Antonio Cicchetti and Diarmuid Corcoran and Mikael Sj{\"{o}din}, journal={2011 Eighth International Conference on Information Technology: New Generations}, year={2011}, pages={1044-1045} }