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Non functional requirements

 
samosa chat
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Paul Allens Book:
Page 72: "Capabilities are the non functional, observable system qualities including scalability, manageability, performance, availability, reliability and security that are defined in terms of context."
Page 76: "Which of the following are non-functional requirements?
a) Scalability, availability, extensibility, manageability, security
b) Performance, reliability, elaboration, tranition, documentaiton, security
c) specification, elaboaration, construction, transition, use cases, security
d)Performance, availibility, scalability and security.
e) reliability, availabitlity, scalability, manageability, security
Right ans: d
Why is that? As per his pg. 72, a and e should also be correct, right???
 
Nishant Anshul
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Thats a funny name...buddy i wonder how u escaped the naming conventions !!
anyways...stmt @page 72 is wrong or vaguely true u can say, if it is there..and option 'd' is definitely correct.
Reliability and manageability both involves ur domain code. Reliablity may include ur data as well.
 
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Hi Samosa,
Welcome to JavaRanch.
We don't have many rules here, but one we do have is the JavaRanch Official policy on registered names. Our rules do require that your displayed name should be a real name. Could you please change your name to meet our naming policy? You can change it here.
Thank you, and hope to see you on JavaRanch more often.
Regards, Andrew
 
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