A catalogue of non-technical requirement patterns
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Software Requirement Patterns (SRP) have been proposed as an artifact for fostering requirements reuse. PABRE is a framework that promotes the use of SRP as a means for requirements elicitation, validation and documentation in the context of IT procurement projects. In this paper, we present a catalogue of non-technical SRP included in the framework and present in detail some of them. We also introduce the motivation to arrive to these patterns.
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CitationPalomares, C. [et al.]. A catalogue of non-technical requirement patterns. A: International Workshop on Requirements Patterns. "2012 Second IEEE International Workshop on Requirements Patterns (RePa): September 24, 2012, Chicago, Illinois, USA: proceedings". Chicago: IEEE, 2012, p. 1-6.
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