This system is your system. This system is my system.
Verification and Validation of System Requirements by Animation and Automated Formal Analysis.
Are the practices recommended by the IREB CPRE-FL syllabus still useful in agile projects?
Building the bridge between experience and research: The future Research Section of the RE Magazine
Hands-on guidance for developing and managing security requirements
Evaluating Business Analysts‘ role in the Data Driven Economy
What are the levels of granularity of functional requirements and why this is important
What do we learn from Gender Studies for Requirements Engineering
Driving innovation with crowd-based techniques
The Future How Viewpoint.
Analysis, results, and recommendations
Effective specifications to select off-the-shelf software
An Intelligent Assistant for Improving Requirement Authoring
Concept for the successful handling of integral NFRs in Scaled Agile Environments.
An Example from the Automation Industry
The True Measure of Requirements Quality.
Has RE adapted itself to the challenges of Agile methods?
Results of research project announced in a previous issue.
A framework to drive requirements management
Preliminary Results of a Questionnaire
A study concerning the question of whether domain knowledge is rather conducive, or rather hindering, for a requirements engineer
A statistical analysis and trends from 2009 to 2015
Who works in RE and what competences do they need, particularly soft skills?
Lessons learned from a European Framework Project
An experience report from the IREB Academy Program in Africa
Requirements Reuse with the PABRE Framework
A new approach for requirements validation and rigorous verification.
Strategies for building manageable requirements hierarchies in complex problem domains
It seems evident to test designs or prototypes of software with end-users. But what about requirements?
Reverse Modeling and Up-To-Date Evolution of Functional Requirements in Alignment with Tests
A Framework for Systematic Requirements Development in Information Systems.
No Double Dutch! [An article of the Inside IREB series]
Preliminary Results from an Ongoing Study