Non-functional Requirements in Systems Analysis and Design by Kevin Macg. AdamsNon-functional Requirements in Systems Analysis and Design by Kevin Macg. Adams

Non-functional Requirements in Systems Analysis and Design

byKevin Macg. Adams

Hardcover | May 8, 2015

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This book will help readers gain a solid understanding of non-functional requirements inherent in systems design endeavors. It contains essential information for those who design, use and maintain complex engineered systems, including experienced designers, teachers of design, system stakeholders and practicing engineers.

Coverage approaches non-functional requirements in a novel way by presenting a framework of four systems concerns into which the 27 major non-functional requirements fall: sustainment, design, adaptation and viability. Within this model, the text proceeds to define each non-functional requirement, to specify how each is treated as an element of the system design process and to develop an associated metric for their evaluation.

Systems are designed to meet specific functional needs. Because non-functional requirements are not directly related to tasks that satisfy these proposed needs, designers and stakeholders often fail to recognize the importance of such attributes as availability, survivability, and robustness. This book gives readers the tools and knowledge they need to both recognize the importance of these non-functional requirements and incorporate them in the design process.

Title:Non-functional Requirements in Systems Analysis and DesignFormat:HardcoverDimensions:264 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.25 inPublished:May 8, 2015Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319183435

ISBN - 13:9783319183435

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Table of Contents

Part I Introduction.- Part II Sustainment Concerns.- Part III Design Concerns.- Part IV Adaptation Concerns.- Part V Viability Concerns.- Part VI Conclusion.