Optimization of Requirements Engineering Analysis for Substitute sets of Functional necessities

T. Premchander, BV Ramana Murthy


The requirement engineering in a      software engineering, in which software are modeled according to the requirements of the user. The system software developed under requirement engineering will satisfy the users mostly on their perspective. So, recent researches are concentrating on the software development and analysis based on requirement engineering. The requirement engineering processes are also challenged by the Risks in developing the software. So an efficient risk analysis system and risk management system is inevitable for the software development process under requirement engineering. In the proposed approach, a modified Risks Solution model for tackling the risk associated factors with the software development life cycle is considered. The Risks Solution model is four layer Solution models. The top layer is the solution layer, the issue layer in the middle (consists of event listing and event prioritys listing layer and event listing and event priority’s priority layer) and support layer in the bottom. The proposed approach define same analyze the association between the nodes of each layer to evaluate their chances of evaluating the Risks. The evaluations are assessed based on the nodes in the solution layer. On thorough analysis on the associations and impacts of issue layers and support layer nodes to the solution layer nodes, the chances of evaluating risk can be calculated. The proposed approach 

On thorough analysis on the associations and impacts of issue layers and support layer nodes to the solution layer node, the chances of evaluating risk can be calculated.  The proposed approach explores the relative parameter like satisfaction parameter and denial parameter to efficient and analysis of the risk factor.  The experiments are conducted on java programming gunder JDK 1.7.0 platform and detailed analysis section is proded to find the cost or risk measure.

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