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Automated testing of non-functional requirements based on behavioural scripts

Zeinab Alizadeh Barmi ; Amir Hossein Ebrahimi
Göteborg : Chalmers tekniska högskola, 2011. 89 s.
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To ensure high quality software, it is crucial that non‐functional requirements (NFRs) are well specified and thoroughly tested in parallel with functional requirements (FRs). Nevertheless, in requirement specification the focus is mainly on FRs, even though NFRs have a critical role in the success of software projects. This study presents a systematic literature review of the NFR specification in order to identify the current state of the art and needs for future research. The systematic review summarizes the 51 relevant papers found and discusses them within seven major sub categories with “combination of other approaches” being the one with most prior results.

Publikationen registrerades 2012-03-06. Den ändrades senast 2014-08-21

CPL ID: 155661

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