2002
DOI: 10.1145/568760.568790
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Abstract: Quality attributes are usually integrated with functional requirements at the later stages of the software development process. One of the reasons is that the current approaches fail in dealing with the crosscutting nature of some of those attributes, i.e. it is difficult to represent clearly how these attributes can affect several requirements simultaneously. Since this integration is not supported from requirements to the implementation, some of the software engineering principles, such as abstraction, loca…

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