Conducting an agile requirements workshop, defining an iteration and writing non-functional requirements are practiced in detail.
What does NFR stand for?
NFR stands for Non-Functional Requirement
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of NFR
We have 56 other meanings of NFR in our Acronym Attic
- Near-Field Recording
- Nearly Faithful Reproduction
- Need for Recovery (work survey)
- Net Financing Requirement (various locations)
- Network Flight Recorder
- New Feature Request
- No Further Record
- No Further Requirement
- No Further Resuscitation (see DNR)
- Non-Financial Risk
- North Fork Rancheria (Mono Native American tribe)
- Northern Freegold Resources (Canada)
- Not Flag Related (meaning off-topic in Flags of the World mailing list and website)
- Not for Release
- Not for Reproduction
- Not for Resale
- Not for Resuscitation (see DNR)
- Note for the Record (various organizations)
- Notice of Final Rulemaking
- Notice of Findings and Recommendations
Samples in periodicals archive:
It can be observed that non-functional requirements (NFR) are often referred to as soft criteria and exclusively considered for ranking .
Introduction The role of satisfying of non-functional requirements is at least important as it is for functional requirements.
The research in testing of functional requirements is well developed but the testing of non-functional requirements is still in the beginning.
Address System Qualities and Non-Functional Requirements Early The heady rush to provide new and innovative functionality to the warfighter can cause acquisition and development teams to overlook non-functional requirements and system qualities.
In most RUP projects functional requirements are documented using Use Case analysis whilst non-functional requirements (usability, reliability, performance and supportability) are documented separately in an artefact called the Supplementary Specification.