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Requirements engineering for time-to-market projects

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McPhee, C. ; Quadrus Dev. Inc., Calgary, Alta., Canada ; Eberlein, A.

This paper identifies the essential components of a requirements engineering (RE) process and provides alternatives to the requirements analyst when deciding on a particular set of RE methods. Existing methods of choosing RE techniques are discussed, and a new technique is proposed specifically for choosing RE techniques for projects with critical time-to-market projects. The components of the essential RE process as well as many other insights into the practice of RE were identified by examining the current literature and by analyzing the data from 25 completed surveys concerning the area of RE. The survey data provides insight into the state of the practice in requirements engineering

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Engineering of Computer-Based Systems, 2002. Proceedings. Ninth Annual IEEE International Conference and Workshop on the

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