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This document is the next iteration of the requirements and guidelines for the SPHINX System from the end-user's perspective. In particular, this document provides an overview and the main outcomes of the work performed by the SPHINX Consortium on the SPHINX requirements and guidelines, as part of Task 2.3 - Stakeholders’ Requirements.
This deliverable describes the methodological approach that has led to the definition of eighty-five requirements for SPHINX. The identified user requirements are distinguished between functional and nonfunctional requirements and, while the functional requirements highlight a specific functionality domain concerning the SPHINX user interface, the non-functional requirements are further classified with respect to the associated usability, maintainability and support, security and legal and ethical aspects.
The SPHINX requirements are also introduced with two categorisation methods, which serve as means for understanding the end-users’ needs when addressing cybersecurity protection, in particular the design and development of the SPHINX System.
SPHINX D2.8 - Requirements and Guidelines v2_v1.00.pdf