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Third International Conference on Requirements Engineering (ICRE'98)
Colorado Springs, CO
April 06-April 10
ISBN: 0-8186-8356-2
Table of Contents
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Keynote Address I
Requirements Engineering for Y2000 Projects: Why Is It Harder Than It Seems?
Session I: Safety, Survivability, and Fault Tolerance
Francis Schneider, Jet Propulsion Laboratory / California Institute of Technology
Steve M. Easterbrook, NASA/WVU Software Research Lab
John R. Callahan, NASA/WVU Software Research Lab
Gerard J. Holzmann, Computing Sciences Research, Bell Laboratories
pp. 0004
R. C. Linger, Carnegie Mellon University
N. R. Mead, Carnegie Mellon University
H. F. Lipson, Carnegie Mellon University
pp. 0014
Robyn R. Lutz, Iowa State University
Guy G. Helmer, Iowa State University
Michelle M. Moseman, Iowa State University
David E. Statezni, Rockwell Avionics and Communication
Stephen R. Tockey, Rockwell Avionics and Communication
pp. 0024
Session II: Tractability and Change Management
Mini-Tutorial I
Session III: Elicitation
Session IV: Modeling and Requirements
M.J. Loomes, University of Hertfordshire
S. Jones, University of Hertfordshire
M.J. Loomes, S.Jones@herts.ac.uk
pp. 0100
Mini-Tutorial II
Delivering Requirements Engineering
Session V: Scenarios
Session VI: Research in Progress
Panel I
Keynote Address II
Experiencing Requirements
Session VII: Scenarios and Intentions
Session VIII: Requirements and Software Reuse
W. Lam, University of Hertfordshire
S. Jones, University of Hertfordshire
C. Britton, University of Hertfordshire
pp. 0233
Panel II
Panel III
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