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Paris
Aug. 29, 2005 to Sept. 2, 2005
ISBN: 0-7695-2425-7
pp: 448
Gauthier Fanmuy , PSA Peugeot Citroen
Frederique Populus , AIRBUS (France)
Jean Rene , Ruault, DGA
Jeremy Dick , TELELOGIC
Sjaak Brinkkemper , Institute of Information and Computing Sciences (Netherland)
Matthias Weber , Daimler Chrysler, Germany
Philippe Baron , ADN, France
ABSTRACT
<p>Requirements Engineering has become inescapable for industrial projects. But in every day life, project actors (acquirers, systems engineers, software engineers, information system analysts, domain experts, etc") are facing multiple constraints: to meet project or company goals (quality, delays, costs), to define and balance requirements from various stakeholders, to use dedicated tools, to create traceability" And one of the key remaining questions is still: how to implement Requirements Engineering in the most efficient way ?</p> <p>Various methods, techniques and tools have been tried out, adopted and optimized, good and bad experiences have been analyzed, know how has been gathered: industry has now developed a number of best Requirements Enginnering practices. But does everyone have the same best practices? Do we need the same approach to elicit requirements, document, negotiate, validate, formalize or trace requirements when you integrate an ERP, when you develop a car, an air traffic control system, an aircraft or a satellite, or when you study the ergonomics of a mobile phone?</p> <p>This panel gathers experienced requirements engineers from various industries, to try learn a few new lessons on the adequacy of various best practices to various industrial sectors.</p>
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CITATION
Gauthier Fanmuy, Frederique Populus, Jean Rene, Jeremy Dick, Sjaak Brinkkemper, Matthias Weber, Philippe Baron, "Are Requirements Engineering best practices the same for all industries?", RE, 2005, Proceedings. 13th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering, Proceedings. 13th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering 2005, pp. 448, doi:10.1109/RE.2005.13
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