Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Requirements Engineering: April 15-18, 1996, Colorado Springs, Colorado
IEEE Computer Society Press, 1996 - Requirements engineering - 257 pages
Comprises the proceedings of the Second International Conference on Requirements Engineering held in Colorado Springs in April 1996. Includes 30 contributions treating such matters as experiences in elicitation, adapting and applying analysis methods, agreement among multiple stakeholders, and natural language specifications. Also includes two keynotes addresses and three panels. Lacks a subject index. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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Abstract achieve actions activities allows alternative analysis application approach attributes called classes clusters communication complete components Computer concepts considered consists construction context created decision defined definition dependency described detail discussed document domain effective elements elicitation environment example existing experience expression Figure formal function given goals identified IEEE implementation important information systems initial integrated interaction interface International involved issues knowledge language means meetings ments method natural object operations participants particular performed possible presented problem proposed prototype questions recorded References relationships representation represented requirements analysis requirements engineering responsibility scenarios schema selected sentence shows specification speech act stage stakeholders standard statements structure Table task techniques tion trace understanding University utterance