System Quality Requirements Engineering (SQUARE): Case Study on Asset Management System, Phase II
May 2005 • Special Report
Dan Gordon, Neha Wattas, Eugene Yu, Ted Stehney II Contributor Nancy R. Mead
In this report, the authors describe the second phase of an application of the SQUARE Methodology on an asset management system.
Software Engineering Institute
CMU/SEI Report Number
DOI (Digital Object Identifier):10.1184/R1/6584543.v1
This report describes the second phase of an application of the System Quality Requirements Engineering (SQUARE) Methodology developed by the Software Engineering Institute's Networked Systems Survivability Program on an asset management system. An overview of the SQUARE process and the vendor is presented, followed by a description of the system under study. The research completed on Steps 4 through 9 of this nine-step process is then explained and feedback on its implementation is provided. The report concludes with a summary of findings and gives recommendations for future considerations of SQUARE testing.
This report is one of a series of reports resulting from research conducted by the SQUARE team as part of an independent research and development project of the Software Engineering Institute.