Analysis Without Anguish: Version 12.0 For Windows (v. 12) by Sheridan J. Coakes

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10. A. Lamsweerde. Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering: A Guided Tour. Invited mini-tutorial paper in 5th IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering, 2001. 11. C. Ncube, and N. A. Maiden. PORE: Procurement-Oriented Requirements Engineering Method for the Component-Based Systems Engineering Development Paradigm. In International Workshop on Component-Based Software Engineering, 1999. 12. B. Nuseibeh, and S. Easterbrook. Requirements Engineering: A Roadmap. In The Future of Software Engineering.

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While in CBD there is a simultaneous process of requirements specification, architecture design and COTS evaluation/integration. Developers have to take into account all these potentially conflicting issues and perform tradeoffs among them. This step encompasses the balancing and negotiation of requirements, environment constraints factors and package features where the final selection has to reflect the decisions made during the tradeoff analysis. Note that even if you are following a spiral development (which is very likely), first you have to define the main requirements and then start the architecture design but in CBD these activities are performed all together.

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