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- Tools and techniques
- Lago, P.; Avgeriou, P.; Grundy, J.; Hall, J.; Mistrik, I.
- In software engineering, tools and techniques are essential for many purposes. They can provide guidance to follow a certain software development process or a selected software lifecycle model. They can support various stakeholders in validating the compliance of the development results against quality criteria spanning from technical non-functional requirements to business/organizational strategies. Finally, tools and techniques may help various types of stakeholders in codifying and retrieving the knowledge necessary for decision making throughout their development journey, hence providing reasonable confidence that the resulting software systems will execute correctly, fulfill customer requirements, and cost-effectively accommodate future changes.
- Publication type
- Book chapter
- Research centre
- Swinburne University of Technology
- Relating software requirements and architectures / Paris Avgeriou, John Grundy, Jon G. Hall, Patricia Lago and Ivan Mistrik (eds.), part 2, chapter 6, pp. 87-89
- Publication year
- Requirements engineering; Software architecting; Software engineering; Software systems; Stakeholders; Techniques; Tools
- 9783642210006, 3642210007
- Publisher URL
- Copyright © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2011.
- Peer reviewed