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A Questionnaire To Help You Gather Your Non-Functional Requirements

Posted by Scott Summers on 10/04/2018

A functional requirement specifies a function that a system or system component must be able to perform. Probably the easiest way to explain ‘non-functional’ requirements is that they specify all the remaining requirements not covered by the functional requirements. Non-functional requirements specify the system’s ‘quality characteristics’ or ‘quality attributes’. Two products could have the same functions, but their attributes can make them entirely different products. A Rolls Royce has more or less the same functionality as a Lada but many different attributes!

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Topics: Software Testing, Non-Functional Requirements

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