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Zahra Taherikhonakdar, Hamed Fazlollahtabar,
Volume 35, Issue 2 (IJIEPR 2024)

These days, industries, individuals and organizations are highly dependent on software. Software plays an important role in our daily life. They use in embedded systems, databases, computers, mobiles etc.  Great demand for ICT cause environmental problem and endanger the future sustainability.  In this case, sustainable development has become a hot research topic in software engineering community. Sustainability as a software quality is a general term. Therefore, there is a chance that software developers mislead about develops sustainable software. Therefore, there are some questions that should be answered to help practitioners to develop sustainable software: how developers could develop green and sustainable software? What requirements should be considered to reach green and sustainable software? Which non-functional requirement has an effect on each sustainability dimension?   In this paper, we selected 20 non-functional requirements out of 60. It was identified the effective non-functional requirements in green and sustainable software development by using Delphi method then via interpretive structural modeling (ISM). The study aimed to pave the way for software eco-labeling and help users to choose the green and sustainable one. Also, provide software developers with guideline to develop green and sustainable software by identifying effective non-functional requirements. This would lead to the sustainable future and green environment.

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