Meeting Nonfunctional Requirements through Software Architecture: A Weapon System Example
Demir, Kadir Alpaslan
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Meeting nonfunctional requirements is as important as meeting functional requirements. A well-designed software system architecture helps to ensure that the necessary quality attributes of the system are satisfied. The goal of this paper is to show how a system’s software architecture can be designed to achieve its nonfunctional requirements. The development process is explained using a weapon system example named Mine Neutralization System for navy mine hunting ships. Also, a novel aspect of this paper is the introduction of a new architectural style. The style is described via an example.
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