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Endeavours to improve the situation are finally rewarded
Concept for the successful handling of integral NFRs in Scaled Agile Environments.
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.
An application of the IREB Handbook of Requirements Modeling
How applying Lean Startup, Design Thinking, and others, impact the task of modeling requirements
A study concerning the question of whether domain knowledge is rather conducive, or rather hindering, for a requirements engineer
Views of a real RE pioneer
The Future How Viewpoint.
Preliminary Results from an Ongoing Study
Insights for 13 crucial challenges
‘A large elephant is in the room but we are not able or brave or willing enough to point at it’
Evaluating Business Analysts‘ role in the Data Driven Economy
Smart use of constraints leads to cleaner requirements that are easy to test
An Example from the Automation Industry
How can the standard UML FSM be improved to better serve the requirements engineer?
How modeling can be useful to better define and trace requirements
Reverse Modeling and Up-To-Date Evolution of Functional Requirements in Alignment with Tests
Readable requirements are not a matter of course – or are they?
The True Measure of Requirements Quality.
Effective product management is the critical success factor to make a product successful – across its life-cycle and across markets.
Why Testers should have a closer look into Requirements Engineering