Phase 5: Quality-specific Pattern Analysis
This chapter first introduces the problem-oriented quality patterns for the requirements analysis, which make use of the knowledge located in the design phase such as quality-specific solutions. We then discuss how the selection of quality-specific solutions as design decisions can affect other artifacts such as requirements and domain knowledge. In the third part of this chapter, we propose the problem-solution diagram enabling a mapping between the requirements (problem space) and the problem-oriented quality patterns (solution space). This intermediate model provides support for traceability between different model artifacts including the rationale for selecting the architectural solutions.
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