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Showing 18 articles tagged with Goals or Study

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  • Methods
Discover Quality Requirements with the Mini-QAW
A short and fun elicitation workshop for Agile teams and architects
  • Opinions
The goal is to solve the problem
Some thoughts on problems and goals in the context of requirements engineering
  • Opinions
Sharing My Doubts on Goals and Requirements
Goals are intended, Requirements are imposed
  • Practice
  • Opinions
Making “agiLE” Work
Agile in the Large Enterprise
  • Methods
The Context-Canvas
A new approach to accelerate the RE-process!
  • Studies and Research
Requirements Engineering in German Job Advertisements
A statistical analysis and trends from 2009 to 2015
  • Studies and Research
Improving the Use of English in Requirements
Analysis, results, and recommendations
  • Methods
  • Studies and Research
How Requirements Engineering can benefit from crowds
Driving innovation with crowd-based techniques
  • 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.
  • Studies and Research
Requirements Elicitation (ReqElic) in My Company
Preliminary Results of a Questionnaire
  • Studies and Research
RE in Agile Projects: a Survey
Has RE adapted itself to the challenges of Agile methods?
  • Studies and Research
LELIE
An Intelligent Assistant for Improving Requirement Authoring
  • Methods
TORE
A Framework for Systematic Requirements Development in Information Systems.
  • Practice
  • Studies and Research
Project Value Delivered
The True Measure of Requirements Quality.
  • Studies and Research
  • Skills
Gender Studies
What do we learn from Gender Studies for Requirements Engineering
  • Studies and Research
Building the bridge
Building the bridge between experience and research: The future Research Section of the RE Magazine
  • Studies and Research
Requirements Reuse
Requirements Reuse with the PABRE Framework