The design of the software architecture is driven by two types of requirements: Functional Requirements specify what the software system does, while Non-Functional Requirements (NFRs) express desired qualities, called Non-Functional Properties (NFPs). This paper illustrates three research challenges for addressing NFRs in the engineering process of autonomous robotic systems related to identification, modeling, and analysis of robotic-specific NFRs, reports on partial state-of-the-art solutions currently documented in the literature, discusses possible steps to overcome current limitations.

(2019). Non-functional requirements in robotic systems: Challenges and state of the art . Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/170355

Non-functional requirements in robotic systems: Challenges and state of the art

Brugali, Davide
2019-01-01

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The design of the software architecture is driven by two types of requirements: Functional Requirements specify what the software system does, while Non-Functional Requirements (NFRs) express desired qualities, called Non-Functional Properties (NFPs). This paper illustrates three research challenges for addressing NFRs in the engineering process of autonomous robotic systems related to identification, modeling, and analysis of robotic-specific NFRs, reports on partial state-of-the-art solutions currently documented in the literature, discusses possible steps to overcome current limitations.
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