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This system is your system. This system is my system.
It seems evident to test designs or prototypes of software with end-users. But what about requirements?
A study concerning the question of whether domain knowledge is rather conducive, or rather hindering, for a requirements engineer
Who works in RE and what competences do they need, particularly soft skills?
Views of a real RE pioneer
Preliminary Results from an Ongoing Study
‘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
Improving requirements quality by effort estimates
How to use requirements gathering techniques to determine product requirements from non-verbal subjects
Requirements Engineering at Dutch Railways
Some thoughts on problems and goals in the context of requirements engineering
Requirements and where to put them
Goals are intended, Requirements are imposed
When shall does not need to be must
Do you know what acceptance criteria are?
An Example from the Automation Industry
Readable requirements are not a matter of course – or are they?
Verification and Validation of System Requirements by Animation and Automated Formal Analysis.
A new approach for requirements validation and rigorous verification.
Delegation of requirement verification. A key technique for more mature requirements management.
Why Testers should have a closer look into Requirements Engineering