The concept of sustainable development has become an important objective of policy makers in the software industry. The most used definition of sustainability refers to dimensions of economic sustainability to ensure that software services can create economic value; technical sustainability that their technical assets actually enable the software services to cope with changes and evolution; environmental sustainability to avoid that software services harm the environment they operate in; and social sustainability to ensure software services provide fair exchange of information between parties. According to Lago et al, “sustainability quality requirements” could include both traditional quality requirements and sustainability related requirements. In order to investigate which relevant requirements are related to sustainability concerns of service-based software systems and how they contribute to social and technical sustainability, we propose an online survey plan to be conducted during the REFSQ conference.
|Name||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|Conference||International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ)|
|Period||14/03/16 → 17/03/16|
- Connected World
- Science for Sustainability