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ICRE 1996


 
Time and place:

1996
Conf. description:
The IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference is the premier requirements engineering conference. It grew out of two alternating biennial conference series, the IEEE Symposium on Requirements Engineering and the IEEE Conference on Requirements Engineering, which formally merged in 2002.
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References from this conference (1996)

The following articles are from "ICRE 1996":

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Articles

p. 102-109

Goguen, Joseph A. (1996): Formality and Informality in Requirements Engineering. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 102-109. Available online

p. 110-116

Karlsson, Joachim (1996): Software Requirements Prioritizing. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 110-116. Available online

p. 117-125

Vanwelkenhuysen, Johan (1996): Quality Requirements Analysis in Customer-Centered Software Development. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 117-125. Available online

p. 12-20

Jones, Sara and Britton, Carol (1996): Early elicitation and definition of requirements for an interactive multimedia information system. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 12-20. Available online

p. 126-135

Hsia, Pei, Hsu, Chih-Tung, Kung, David Chenho and Holder, Lawrence B. (1996): User-Centered System Decomposition: Z-Based Requirements Clustering. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 126-135. Available online

p. 136-144

Antn, Annie I. (1996): Goal-Based Requirements Analysis. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 136-144. Available online

p. 154-156

Cheng, Betty H. C. (1996): Where and How do Formal Methods Fit in Requirements Engineering?. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 154-156. Available online

p. 157-164

Macaulay, Linda A. (1996): Requirements for Requirements Engineering Technique. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 157-164. Available online

p. 165-172

White, Ellen A., Stump, H. Theodore, Ness, Linda A. and Schultz, Derek W. (1996): Project Aurora: Dawn of a New Way. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 165-172. Available online

p. 173-181

Rolland, Colette and Plihon, Vronique (1996): Using Generic Method Chunks to Generate Process Models Fragments. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 173-181. Available online

p. 182-189

Catledge, Lara D. and Potts, Colin (1996): Collaboration during conceptual design. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 182-189. Available online

p. 190-198

Gonzales, Regina M. and Wolf, Alexander L. (1996): A facilitator method for upstream design activities with diverse stakeholders. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 190-198. Available online

p. 199-207

Ksters, Georg, Six, Hans-Werner and Voss, Josef (1996): Combined Analysis of User Interface and Domain Requirements. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 199-207. Available online

p. 2-3

DeMarco, Tom (1996): Requirements Engineering: Why Aren't We Better at It?. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 2-3. Available online

p. 208-216

Champion, R. E. M. and Moores, Trevor T. (1996): Exploiting an enterprise model during systems' requirements capture and analysis. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 208-216. Available online

p. 21-30

Saeki, Motoshi, Matsumura, Kinji, Shimoda, Jun'ichi and Kaiya, Haruhiko (1996): Structuring utterance records of requirements elicitation meetings based on speech act theory. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 21-30. Available online

p. 217

Nissen, Hans W., Jeusfeld, Manfred A., Jarke, Matthias, Zemanek, Georg V. and Huber, Harald (1996): Requirements Analysis from Multiple Perspectives: Experiences with Conceptual Modeling Technology. In: ICRE 1996 1996. p. 217. Available online

p. 218

Boehm, Barry W. and In, Hoh (1996): Identifying Quality-Requirement Conflicts. In: ICRE 1996 1996. p. 218. Available online

p. 219-220

Pinheiro, Francisco A. C. and Goguen, Joseph A. (1996): An Object-Oriented Tool for Tracing Requirements. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 219-220. Available online

p. 221-228

Ohnishi, Atsushi (1996): Software Requirements Specification Database Based on Requirements Frame Model. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 221-228. Available online

p. 229-237

Osborne, Miles and MacNish, C. K. (1996): Processing Natural Language Software Requirement Specifications. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 229-237. Available online

p. 238-244

Santos, Isabel and Carvalho, Joo Alvaro (1996): An assessment of the applicability of object-oriented analysis to the development of information systems. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 238-244. Available online

p. 245-254

Ksters, Georg, Pagel, Bernd-Uwe and Six, Hans-Werner (1996): GeoOOA: Object-Oriented Analysis for Geographic Information Systems. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 245-254. Available online

p. 255

Boehm, Barry W. (1996): Requirements Engineering at Age 20: Looking Back, Looking Ahead. In: ICRE 1996 1996. p. 255. Available online

p. 31-41

Takahashi, Kenji, Potts, Colin, Kumar, Vinay, Ota, Kenji and Smith, Jeffrey D. (1996): Hypermedia Support for Collaboration in Requirements Analysis. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 31-41. Available online

p. 4-11

Hudlicka, Eva (1996): Requirements Elicitation with Indirect Knowledge Elicitation Techniques: Comparison of Three Methods. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 4-11. Available online

p. 42-43

Brackett, John W. (1996): Ripe Fruit in Requirements Engineering: Techniques You Can Exploit NOW. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 42-43. Available online

p. 44-51

Lutz, Robyn R. and Woodhouse, Robert M. (1996): Experience Report: Contributions of SFMEA to Requirements Analysis. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 44-51. Available online

p. 52-59

Bustard, David W., Dobbin, T. J. and Carey, B. N. (1996): Integrating Soft Systems and Object-Oriented Analysis. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 52-59. Available online

p. 69-75

Hill, Mike (1996): Parasitic Languages for Requirements. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 69-75. Available online

p. 76-85

Pohl, Klaus (1996): PRO-ART: Enabling Requirements Pre-Traceability. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 76-85. Available online

p. 86-93

Nobe, C. R. and Warner, William E. (1996): Lessons Learned from a Trial Application of Requirements Modeling Using Statecharts. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 86-93. Available online

p. 94-101

Leathrum, James F. and Liburdy, K. A. (1996): A formal approach to requirements based testing in open systems standards. In: ICRE 1996 1996. pp. 94-101. Available online




 

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