11th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference: proceedings : 8-12 September, 2003, Monterey Bay, California, USA

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IEEE Computer Society, 2003 - Computers - 378 pages

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Contents

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Requirements Evolution
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Requirements Stability Assessment Using Scenarios
23
Resolving Requirements Discovery in Testing and Operations
33
Requirements for Business Systems
45
Requirements Engineering for a Pervasive Health Care System
55
Monitoring Web Service Requirements
65
An Approach for Requirements Definition and Management of Data
75
An Analytical Model for Requirements Selection Quality Evaluation in Product
254
Evolutionary Requirements Analysis
264
Requirements Analysis
279
Embracing Requirements Variety for eGovernments Based on Multiple
285
Metrics Measurement
291
Daily Challenges in Requirements Engineering
297
A Necessary Step towards Higher
303
Ontology as a Requirements Engineering Product
309

Combining Formal and Informal Techniques
85
Some Experimental Results
105
Adding Hypermedia Requirements to GoalDriven Analysis
127
Requirements Elicitation
149
Formal Structure for Specifying the Content and Quality of the Electronic Health Record
162
Making Formal Techniques Usable
181
Deriving Tabular EventBased Specifications from GoalOriented Requirements Models
200
Experiences with Generating
213
Lessons Learnt
233
Requirements Prioritizing and Negotiation
243
ScenarioBased Requirements Engineering
320
QFD for CustomerFocused Requirements Engineering
330
Marketing Meets Requirements Engineering
341
A Tool for Specification Centered Development
349
Formal Analysis Using Specification Tools
350
TradeOff Analysis between Security Policies for Java Mobile Codes
357
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Integrating RE Methods to Support Use Case Based Requirements Specification
369
MediaAssisted Product and Process Requirements Traceability in Supply Chains
375
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