5 Thoughts on Agile Requirements Analysis

Posted on June 29, 2014 | Tagged as: , , | 0 comments

Agility has become a widely practiced approach for developing and maintaining IT and software products. But there are still some concerns to use it for large or critical systems. “Requirements first” is one of the strongest arguments of the agile opponents. As a requirements engineer I totally agree with this… but when you take a […]

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Defining the System Context

Posted on October 11, 2009 | Tagged as: , | 0 comments

Requirements for a system don’t appear from nowhere but must be identified systematically. The successful definition of the systems border and the resulting identification of relevant context aspects build the foundation for a professional evaluation of the requirements for the new system. If the context is not defined properly within the process of requirements engineering, […]

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Requirements Engineering Basics

Posted on May 7, 2009 | Tagged as: , | 0 comments

The importance of Requirements Engineering (RM) for the succesfull, customer satisfying development of software systems can not be ignored by now. It must be considered as an key discipline of system development and is material for the success of a project.

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