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  • Methods
Is there something missing?
Using verbs’ valency to improve requirements’ quality
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  • Opinions
Challenges in the elicitation and determination of precise requirements from animal stakeholders
How to use requirements gathering techniques to determine product requirements from non-verbal subjects
  • Practice
  • Methods
Discover Quality Requirements with the Mini-QAW
A short and fun elicitation workshop for Agile teams and architects
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Tracing Change Requests
From Requirements to Code
  • Practice
  • Cross-discipline
Biased Toddlers
How bias will affect even the simplest of specifications
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  • Studies and Research
How Requirements Engineering can benefit from crowds
Driving innovation with crowd-based techniques
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  • Skills
The Genius Toddler Challenge
How to create awareness for some of the difficulties requirements engineers face
  • Studies and Research
Requirements Engineering in Research Projects: Food for Thought
Lessons learned from a European Framework Project
  • Studies and Research
RE in Agile Projects: Survey Results
Results of research project announced in a previous issue.
  • Practice
Evolving and Improving the Requirements Approach to Big Data Projects
A Roadmap to Implementing Big Data Projects
  • Skills
Survival Kit for the RE Guy
Anecdotes from a Requirements Engineer in the Real World
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A Finite State Machine Model for Requirements Engineering
How can the standard UML FSM be improved to better serve the requirements engineer?
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Agility and Obligation
Part 2: The Art of Assigning Software Development
  • Practice
  • Methods
Readable requirements
Readable requirements are not a matter of course – or are they?
  • Practice
Product Management
Effective product management is the critical success factor to make a product successful – across its life-cycle and across markets.
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Open Up
How the ReqIF Standard for Requirements Exchange Disrupts the Tool Market.
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RE for Testers
Why Testers should have a closer look into Requirements Engineering