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ICRE 2000


 
Time and place:

2000
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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This is a preferred venue for people like John Mylopoulos, Neil A. M. Maiden, Bashar Nuseibeh, Steve M. Easterbrook, and Annie I. Antn. Part of the RE - IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering conference series.
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The following articles are from "ICRE 2000":

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Articles

p. 106-118

Lavazza, Luigi and Valetto, Giuseppe (2000): Enhancing Requirements and Change Management through Process Modeling and Measurement. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 106-118. Available online

p. 119-129

Feather, Martin S., Cornford, Steven L. and Gibbel, Mark (2000): Scalable Mechanisms for Requirements Interaction Management. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 119-129. Available online

p. 130-139

Nguyen, LeMai and Swatman, Paul A. (2000): Essential and Incidental Complexity in Requirements Models. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 130-139. Available online

p. 140-149

Gervasi, Vincenzo and Nuseibeh, Bashar (2000): Lightweight Validation of Natural Language Requirements: A Case Study. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 140-149. Available online

p. 151

Antn, Annie I. and Atlee, Joanne M. (2000): What Do You Mean I've Been Practicing without a License? Certification and Licensing of Requirements Engineering Professionals. In: ICRE 2000 2000. p. 151. Available online

p. 152

Mead, Nancy R. (2000): What Do You Mean I'm Practicing without a License? Certification and Licensing of Requirements Engineering Professionals. In: ICRE 2000 2000. p. 152. Available online

p. 153

Neumann, Peter G. (2000): Certitude and Rectitude. In: ICRE 2000 2000. p. 153. Available online

p. 154

Parnas, David Lorge (2000): Two Positions on Licensing. In: ICRE 2000 2000. p. 154. Available online

p. 159-167

Baum, Lothar, Becker, Martin, Geyer, Lars and Molter, Georg (2000): Mapping Requirements to Reusable Components Using Design Spaces. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 159-167. Available online

p. 168-177

Daneva, Maya (2000): Establishing Reuse Measurement Practices in SAP Requirements Engineering. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 168-177. Available online

p. 178-188

Hubbard, Rick, Schroeder, Charles N. and Mead, Nancy R. (2000): An Assessment of the Relative Efficiency of a Facilitator-Driven Requirements Collection Process with Respect to the Conventional Interview Method. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 178-188. Available online

p. 189

Gunter, Carl A., Gunter, Elsa L., Jackson, Michael and Zave, Pamela (2000): A Reference Model for Requirements and Specifications-Extended Abstract. In: ICRE 2000 2000. p. 189. Available online

p. 190

Horl, Johann and Aichernig, Bernhard K. (2000): Requirements Validation of a Voice Communication System Used in Air Traffic Control. In: ICRE 2000 2000. p. 190. Available online

p. 191

Damian, Daniela E., Eberlein, Armin, Shaw, Mildred L. G. and Gaines, Brian R. (2000): The Effects of Communication Media on Group Performance in Requirements Engineering. In: ICRE 2000 2000. p. 191. Available online

p. 195-196

Gause, Donald C. (2000): Requirements Engineering: What Have We Accomplished? Where Are We Now? Where Are We Going?. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 195-196. Available online

p. 27-

Alczar, Enrique Garca and Monzon, Antonio (2000): A Process Framework for Requirements Analysis and Specification. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 27-. Available online

p. 3-

Neumann, Peter G. (2000): Requirements-Related Risks in Critical Systems. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 3-. Available online

p. 39-48

Day, Nancy A. and Joyce, Jeffrey J. (2000): A Framework for Multi-Notation Requirements Specification and Analysis. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 39-48. Available online

p. 49-

Glinz, Martin (2000): A Lightweight Approach to Consistency of Scenarios and Class Models. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 49-. Available online

p. 61

Sherrell, Linda B. and Paulsen, W. (2000): Z Specifications Meet Mathematica for Exploratory Prototyping. In: ICRE 2000 2000. p. 61. Available online

p. 62

Saeki, Motoshi (2000): Patterns and Aspects for Use Cases: Reuse Techniques for Use Case Descriptions. In: ICRE 2000 2000. p. 62. Available online

p. 63

Ferdinandi, Pat (2000): The Requirement Set. In: ICRE 2000 2000. p. 63. Available online

p. 67-68

Kaindl, Hermann (2000): Why is it so Difficult to Introduce Requirements Engineering Research Results into Mainstream Requirements Engineering Practice?. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 67-68. Available online

p. 69-70

Greenspan, Sol J. (2000): Why is it so Easy to Introduce Requirements Engineering Technology Transfer Panels into Mainstream Practice?. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 69-70. Available online

p. 7-16

Knott, Roger P., Merunka, Vojtech and Polk, Jir (2000): Process Modeling for Object Oriented Analysis Using BORM Object Behavioral Analysis. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 7-16. Available online

p. 71-72

Heitmeyer, Constance L. (2000): Transferring Research Results in Requirements to Practice: Obstacles and Incentives. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 71-72. Available online

p. 73-74

Leite, Julio Cesar Sampaio do Prado (2000): Is there a Gap between RE Research and RE Practice?. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 73-74. Available online

p. 75-76

Mead, Nancy R. (2000): Why is it so Difficult to Introduce Requirements Engineering Research Results into Mainstream Requirements Engineering Practice?. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 75-76. Available online

p. 77-

Siddiqi, Jawed I. A. (2000): Obstacles and Incentives in Introducing RE Research Results into RE Practice. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 77-. Available online

p. 81-84

Parnas, David Lorge (2000): Requirements Documentation: Why a Formal Basis is Essential. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 81-84. Available online

p. 85-94

Moisiadis, Frank (2000): Prioritizing Scenario Evolution. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 85-94. Available online

p. 95-105

Breitman, Karin and Leite, Julio Cesar Sampaio do Prado (2000): Scenario Evolution: A Closer View on Relationships. In: ICRE 2000 2000. pp. 95-105. Available online


 
 

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