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- Literature (4)
This system is your system. This system is my system.
How you can use the natural partitioning of business events to flexibly synchronise your agile development.
How applying Lean Startup, Design Thinking, and others, impact the task of modeling requirements
Views of a real RE pioneer
The Future How Viewpoint.
An Approach for the Inspection of the Completeness of individual Software Requirements Specifications by Semantic Analysis of the Argument Structures
Using verbs’ valency to improve requirements’ quality
Improving requirements quality by effort estimates
How to use requirements gathering techniques to determine product requirements from non-verbal subjects
From Requirements to Code
How bias will affect even the simplest of specifications
Driving innovation with crowd-based techniques
How to create awareness for some of the difficulties requirements engineers face
Results of research project announced in a previous issue.
An experience report from the IREB Academy Program in Africa
Are the practices recommended by the IREB CPRE-FL syllabus still useful in agile projects?
How can the standard UML FSM be improved to better serve the requirements engineer?
Part 2: The Art of Assigning Software Development
Part 1: Why Fixed Price Projects Fail
No Double Dutch! [An article of the Inside IREB series]
Readable requirements are not a matter of course – or are they?
Effective product management is the critical success factor to make a product successful – across its life-cycle and across markets.
What do we learn from Gender Studies for Requirements Engineering
Why Testers should have a closer look into Requirements Engineering
An agile and collaborative prioritization technique