Nonfunctional requirements is an overly simplistic view of hyperliminal coupling that arises from transposing the idea of functional requirements and contract certainty to the hyperliminal reality of a system’s behavior in its environment. If we let go of the idea of nonfunctional requirements and focus instead on hyperliminal coupling, we have a greater chance of actually building something that can respond to its environment, as is explored in this Advisor.
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