Conference Talk: Dr. Amir Tomer on “Extracting Quality Scenarios from Functional Scenarios”

poster14This week at the Twentieth International Conference of the Israel Society for Quality in Tel-Aviv, Dr. Amir Tomer gave a talk about “Extracting Quality Scenarios from Functional Scenarios”.

Title: Extracting Quality Scenarios from Functional Scenarios

Abstract: 

Requirements specifications usually focus on the functional requirements of the system, whereas the non-functional requirements (aka Quality Attributes) are defined generally, vaguely or tacitly. This talk introduces an approach to reveal quality attributes within structured functional scenarios (in Use-Case specifications) and defining them as quality scenarios which then are added to the overall system functionality. The expansion of the scenarios also provides a basis for adapting the software architecture to the entire system requirements.

Bio: Dr. Amir Tomer obtained his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Computer Science from the Technion, and his Ph.D. in Computing from Imperial College, London. Between 1982 and 2009 Amir was employed at RAFAEL as software developer, software manager, systems engineer and Corporate Director of Software and Systems Engineering Processes. Amir is currently affiliated as the head of the Software Engineering department at Kinneret Academic College and as a Senior Teaching Fellow for Software and Systems Engineering at the Technion, Haifa, Israel and other academic institutes. Amir has various professional certifications, including PMP, CSEP and CSQE.

These are the original slides of Amir’s presentation:

Here is the video of the talk (in Hebrew):

This session was organized with the cooperation of ILTAM.

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About Hayim Makabee

Veteran software developer, enthusiastic programmer, author of a book on Object-Oriented Programming, co-founder and CEO at KashKlik, an innovative Influencer Marketing platform.
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