Refering to the definition, architecturally significant requirements are are those requirements that have a
measurable effect on a computer system’s architecture. Based on this definition both hardware and software should be considered.
I have read about the strategies for finding these requirements, but I am somehow in obsession about considering all important and common case of them.
Some of common ones are:
User-Friendliness (Easy to use UI)
Security of the system
Consistency of the data
Deployment on platforms
How about the other common cases? Can we list the most common ones here?