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Learning from other disciplines [requirements engineering]

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The requirements engineers mustn't be concerned with just technical issues such as traceability and measurability; neither focus on individual or group behavior. The requirements engineering should be seen as a sociotechnical discipline that requires diverse skills and knowledge. In this article the author reviews past columns, highlighting what we've learned from other disciplines and considering how we can further enrich our knowledge.

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Software, IEEE  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 3 )