Nonfunctional Requirements in Mobile Application Development is an empirical study that investigates how nonfunctional requirements--as compared with functional requirements--are treated by the software engineers during mobile application development.
The book empirically analyzes the contribution of nonfunctional requirements to project parameters such as cost, time, and quality. Such parameters are of prime interest as they determine the survival of organizations in highly dynamic environments. The impact of nonfunctional requirements on project success is analyzed through surveys and case studies, both individually and relative to each other. Sources for data collection include industry, academia, and literature. The book also empirically studies the impact of nonfunctional requirements on the overall business success of both the software development firm and the software procuring firm. Project success is examined to determine if it leads to business success.
The book provides rich empirical evidence to place nonfunctional requirements on par with functional requirements to achieve business success in highly competitive markets. This work enhances the body of knowledge through multiple empirical research methods including surveys, case studies, and experimentation to study software engineers' focus on nonfunctional requirements at both project and business levels. The book can guide both computer scientists and business managers in devising theoretical and technical solutions for software release planning to achieve business success.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction. 2. Literature Review. 3. Impact of NFR’s on M-Commerce Business Success. 4. Status of Non Functional Requirement in Mobile Application Development: An Empirical Study. 5. Status of Nonfunctional Requirement in Mobile Application Development in Academic Projects. 6. Accuracy of Nonfunctional Requirement Prioritization Approaches for Different Complexity Projects: An Experimentation. 7. Conclusion and Future Work.
Varun Gupta received his Ph.D. and Master of Technology in Computer Science and Engineering from Uttarakhand Technical University. He is currently working with Universidad da Beira Interior, Portugal. He is also Honorary Research Fellow of the University of Salford, Manchester, United Kingdom.
Dr. Raj Kumar Chopra holds a bachelor degree in electronics and communication engineering, an MBA, and a PhD in management.
Prof. Durg Singh Chauhan is Pro-Chancellor of GLA University, Mathura, India.