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Proceedings of the 14th international conference on Software engineering and knowledge engineering - SEKE '02
The above discussion highlights the need to include crosscutting quality attributes as fundamental modelling primitives at the requirements level. The motivation for this is essentially to provide improved support for separation of crosscutting quality attributes during requirements engineering, hence offering a better means to identify and manage conflicts arising due to tangled representations. This helps to reduce complexity by promoting traceability and reusability, benefiting the system'sdoi:10.1145/568784.568790 fatcat:7cr2gg3srjauldl7rvjf6n32w4