Abstract

Performance requirements should be addressed as early as possible during requirements analysis and architectural design. This paper presents a goal-oriented and scenario-oriented approach for qualitatively addressing and refining performance requirements. The goal-oriented language GRL[1] is used to represent the refinement of performance goals from abstract to concrete ones, eventually operationalizing them into design alternatives. The Use Case Maps (UCM)[4] notation is used to represent system operations at a high level of abstraction using scenarios.

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Title Addressing Performance Requirements Using a Goal and Scenario-Oriented Approach
Authors Zhiming Cai and Eric Yu
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title CAISE'02: Fourteenth International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering
Volume/Number LNCS 2348
Editors
Publisher Springer
Month May
Year 2002
Pages 706-710
DOI 10.1007/3-540-47961-9
Keywords Performance, UCM, GRL, PEGU
Topic revision: r3 - 07 Nov 2009, HannaFarah
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