Potential Conflicts Identification among Sub Goals in Goal Oriented Requirement Analysis Using Matrix

Muhammad Suhaib, Atsushi Ohnishi


Goals are considered to be an important component of any organization which are intended to be achieved successfully. In software engineering while developing the software and moving through different software development phases, and engineer and developer of project manager has to be aware of different types of risks which can affect the software product
One of the critical area in software engineering is the conflict identification. With the all wishful functionality implementation. It is great desirable for software system to defend wit nonfunctional aspects as well. These all may addition reliability, security, accuracy, safety and performance also look and feel requirements, as well as political, organizational and cultural requirements. First and most of the essential part of software development process of requirements analysis of software requirements as avital role to make better software quality and to minimize development cost which are essential points for stakeholders.


Conflicts Identification, Sub Goals,Goal Oriented Requirement,Analysis Using Matrix

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.52155/ijpsat.v10.2.595


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