Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
Sept. 11, 2006 to Sept. 15, 2006
Ban Al-Ani , University of California, Irvine
Susan Elliott Sim , University of California, Irvine
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/RE.2006.58
The success of a task relies on the expertise of its owner to a great degree. But what is the anticipated expertise? In what areas? Our research intends to investigate the skill sets anticipated of requirements engineers. This paper presents a model of the varying levels of RE expertise within the context of the main RE domains. Identifying the layers of RE expertise can provide more realistic expectations of the anticipated expertise. This understanding can in turn be utilised to increase tool usability (by embedding appropriate support for users? expertise), course development (by identifying the anticipated competencies a student demonstrated at the end of a course), task allocation and employment in industry (mapping capability required to a person?s expertise).
Ban Al-Ani, Susan Elliott Sim, "So, You Think You Are a Requirements Engineer?", RE, 2006, 2013 21st IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), 2013 21st IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE) 2006, pp. 337-338, doi:10.1109/RE.2006.58