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High quality in elicitation and specification of non-functional requirements - lessons learned from applying this method to the automotive domain

: Adam, Sebastian; Doerr, Joerg; Blucha, F.; Poth, A.

Schieferdecker, I.; Goericke, S. ; International Software Quality Institute GmbH -iSQI-:
Setting Quality Standards. CONQUEST 2008, 11th International Conference on Quality Engineering in Software Technology. Proceedings : Potsdam 2008, 24. bis 26. September 2008
Heidelberg: dpunkt Verlag, 2008
ISBN: 978-3-89864-567-6
International Conference on Quality Engineering in Software Technology (CONQUEST) <11, 2008, Potsdam>
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer IESE ()
requirements engineering; non-functional requirement; case study

The efficient and effective treatment of non-functional requirements gets more and more attention in several industry domains. Especially in the automotive domain, quality characteristics serve as distinguishing characteristics from competitors. Therefore, addressing quality aspects early in the system development lifecycle is of special importance for reaching high quality. This paper describes the application of a method in the automotive domain to elicit and specify a minimal and sufficient set of measurable and traceable non-functional requirements. It shows the necessary adaptations to the method and the lessons learned from its application in an automotive industry project. As a result, future research topics to further optimize the method for the automotive context are outlined.