Goal Oriented Requirements Analysis in Software Development Process

Software engineering is the systematic application of engineering approaches to the development of software

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This book explains the significance of conflict identification in goal-oriented requirement analysis for the software development stage. The investigator dependably considers these suggestions and arrangements so as to make their work impeccable, savvy, successful and effective. The stockholder dependably needs the ideal software that is without conflict, practical and can deal with the market need and requests. Associations additionally dependably need to fulfill their clients. These things draw in specialists and researchers to concentrate on these investigations and models which can be useful for all stockholders. Similar things bring such a variety of models in literature history. The proposed model in this history is having every one of these assortments to confront these issues. The proposed models distinguish conflicts in the initial stage. The best thing for this model is to consider the non-functional requirement of software development. This model takes a shot at both functional and non-functional requirements and recognize the conflict and issues on the initial stage of the software development stage. The model distinguishes conflicts among or associated sub-goals.


Muhammad Suhaib


Muhammad Suhaib, born 1988 in Pakistan. Working as Sr. Full Stack Developer at T-Mark Inc., Tokyo, JP. Experienced Senior Software Engineer, Doctor of Engineering, Student at Kyushu University, Graduate School Interdisciplinary of Engineering Sciences, Doctoral of B. A., Candidate Major in Management Information Systems and Healthcare Services.  

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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing


Software Engineering, Requirement Analysis, Goal Oriented

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