Conference Paper

Definición de una ontología para el proceso de DSDM considerando requisitos no-funcionales

Conference: DSDM Workshop
Source: OAI

ABSTRACT La consideración de los requisitos no-funcionales (RNF) en el proceso de desarrollo de software dirigido por modelos (DSDM) impacta en la educción del estilo arquitectónico del sistema software resultante, así como en la selección de las tecnologías más apropiadas para su implementación. A partir de un análisis de dicho impacto, en este trabajo se enumeran, definen y relacionan los conceptos fundamentales que emergen en el tratamiento de los RNF en el proceso de DSDM, y se ilustra su rol en el proceso mediante un escenarios de uso. Peer Reviewed Postprint (published version)

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