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How Requirements Engineering can benefit from crowds

Driving innovation with crowd-based techniques
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Issue 2016-02

Focus:

Take the broader view
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Modeling Requirements and Context as a means for Automated Requirements Validation

An Example from the Automation Industry

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Leveraging Creativity Techniques in Requirements Elicitation

A Literature Review

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NLP for Requirements Engineers, Part 2

How requirements engineers can benefit from applying the NLP communication techniques

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Managing the Invisible

Ensuring Software Quality beyond Micromanagement

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Sharing My Doubts on Acceptance Criteria

Do you know what acceptance criteria are?

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Authors Quotes

“The profusion of creativity techniques illustrates their growing importance for the requirement engineering community.”

Áldrin Jaramillo Franco in Leveraging Creativity Techniques in Requirements Elicitation

“Evaluating software quality without knowing the source code is challenging. Describing and testing functional requirements is much easier.”

Gunnar Harde in Managing the Invisible

“CrowdRE opens the way to enormous pools of stakeholders.”

Eduard C. Groen in How Requirements Engineering can benefit from crowds
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The Requirements Engineering Magazine shall serve as a platform for the active exchange of professionals on Requirements Engineering (RE). It is cost free in order to motivate as many professionals as possible to read the articles and thus give them the opportunity to expand their range of knowledge. Articles around the RE-topic are contributed by international professionals from the fields of BA and RE. Everybody is welcome to submit articles, may she/he be IREB member or not!

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Editorial
Dear Reader

We celebrate an anniversary: this is the tenth issue of the RE Magazine! What started as a “wild idea” in 2014, has meanwhile gained a solid foothold in the RE world. Many readers await the next issue with curiosity and this time the waiting has again been worth it!

And again, there is a novelty we’d like to present. In the form of a commentary, Karol Frühauf shares his doubts concerning the use of the term “acceptance criteria”. He will also critically scrutinize other topics in the next issues and we are already looking forward to this and to your feedback.

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