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Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995


 
Time and place:
York, England
March 27 - 29, 1995
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 (1995)

The following articles are from "Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995":

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p. 10-17

Gough, Paul A., Fodemski, Filip T., Higgins, Stewart A. and Ray, S. J. (1995): Scenarios-an industrial case study and hypermedia enhancements. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 10-17. Available online

p. 100-107

Gotel, Orlena and Finkelstein, Anthony (1995): Contribution structures (Requirements artifacts). In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 100-107. Available online

p. 108-115

Leite, Julio Cesar Sampaio do Prado and Oliveira, Antonio de Pádua Albuquerque (1995): A client oriented requirements baseline. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 108-115. Available online

p. 116-127

Macfarlane, I. A. and Reilly, I. (1995): Requirements traceability in an integrated development environment. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 116-127. Available online

p. 128-131

Potts, Colin (1995): Invented requirements and imagined customers: requirements engineering for off-the-shelf software. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 128-131. Available online

p. 132-139

Chung, Lawrence, Nixon, Brian A. and Yu, Eric S. K. (1995): Using non-functional requirements to systematically support change. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 132-139. Available online

p. 140-147

Fickas, Stephen and Feather, Martin S. (1995): Requirements monitoring in dynamic environments. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 140-147. Available online

p. 148-157

Maiden, Neil A. M., Mistry, P. and Sutcliffe, Alistair G. (1995): How People Categorise Requirements for Reuse: a Natural Approach. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 148-157. Available online

p. 158-159

Atlee, Joanne M. and McDermid, John A. (1995): Integrating requirements analysis and safety analysis. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 158-159. Available online

p. 160-163

Jr., Janis A. Bubenko (1995): Challenges in requirements engineering. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 160-163. Available online

p. 164-171

Bustard, David W. and Lundy, P. J. (1995): Enhancing soft systems analysis with formal modelling. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 164-171. Available online

p. 172-180

Potts, Colin, Takahashi, Kenji, Smith, Jeffrey D. and Ota, Kenji (1995): An evaluation of inquiry-based requirements analysis for an Internet service. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 172-180. Available online

p. 18-26

Fields, Bob, Wright, Peter C. and Harrison, Michael D. (1995): A task centered approach to analysing human error tolerance requirements. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 18-26. Available online

p. 181-189

Jacquot, J.-P. and Valdenaire, A. (1995): Trading legibility against implementability in requirement specifications: an experimental assessment. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 181-189. Available online

p. 190-193

Jirotka, Marina, Heath, Christian and Luff, Paul (1995): Ethnography by Video for Requirements Capture. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 190-193. Available online

p. 194-203

Lamsweerde, Axel van, Darimont, Robert and Massonet, Philippe (1995): Goal-directed elaboration of requirements for a meeting scheduler: problems and lessons learnt. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 194-203. Available online

p. 2-9

Jackson, Michael (1995): Problems and requirements (software development). In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 2-9. Available online

p. 204-213

Emam, Khaled El and Madhavji, Nazim H. (1995): Measuring the success of requirements engineering processes. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 204-213. Available online

p. 214-216

Zave, Pamela (1995): Classification of research efforts in requirements engineering. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 214-216. Available online

p. 27-39

Hughes, John A., O'Brien, Jon, Rodden, Tom, Rouncefield, Mark and Sommerville, Ian (1995): Presenting ethnography in the requirements process. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 27-39. Available online

p. 40-41

Regnell, Björn, Kimbler, Kristofer and Wesslén, Anders (1995): Improving the use case driven approach to requirements engineering. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 40-41. Available online

p. 48-55

Easterbrook, Steve M. and Nuseibeh, Bashar (1995): Managing inconsistencies in an evolving specification. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 48-55. Available online

p. 56-65

Heitmeyer, Constance L., Labaw, Bruce G. and Kiskis, Daniel L. (1995): Consistency checking of SCR-style requirements specifications. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 56-65. Available online

p. 66-67

Ryan, Kevin (1995): Panel 2: Let's Have More Experimentation in Requirements Engineering. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 66-67. Available online

p. 68-80

Emam, Khaled El and Madhavji, Nazim H. (1995): A field study of requirements engineering practices in information systems development. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 68-80. Available online

p. 81-88

Forsgren, P. and Rahkonen, T. (1995): Specification of customer and user requirements in industrial control system procurement projects. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 81-88. Available online

p. 89-99

Ramesh, Balasubramaniam, Powers, Timothy, Stubbs, Curtis and Edwards, Michael (1995): Implementing requirements traceability: a case study. In: Second IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering 1995 March 27 - 29, 1995, York, England. pp. 89-99. Available online




 
 

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