2. ICRE 1996:
Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Requirements Engineering (ICRE '96) April 15 - 18, 1996, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. IEEE Computer Society
Keynote Address I
- Tom DeMarco:
Requirements Engineering: Why Aren't We Better at It?
Experiences in Elicitation
- Eva Hudlicka:
Requirements Elicitation with Indirect Knowledge Elicitation Techniques: Comparison of Three Methods.
- Sara Jones, Carol Britton:
Early elicitation and definition of requirements for an interactive multimedia information system.
Collaboration in Requirements Analysis
- John W. Brackett:
Ripe Fruit in Requirements Engineering: Techniques You Can Exploit NOW.
Adapting and Applying Analysis Method
- Mike Hill:
Parasitic Languages for Requirements.
- Klaus Pohl:
PRO-ART: Enabling Requirements Pre-Traceability.
Validation and Testing
Keynote Address II
- Joseph A. Goguen:
Formality and Informality in Requirements Engineering.
Considering User Goals and Tasks
- Betty H. C. Cheng:
Where and How do Formal Methods Fit in Requirements Engineering?.
Agreement Among Multiple Stakeholders
Impact of Enterprise and Domain Requirements
Natural Language Specifications
- Atsushi Ohnishi:
Software Requirements Specification Database Based on Requirements Frame Model.
- Miles Osborne, C. K. MacNish:
Processing Natural Language Software Requirement Specifications.
Assessing Object-Oriented Analysis in Specific Domains
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- Barry W. Boehm:
Requirements Engineering at Age 20: Looking Back, Looking Ahead.