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KMi helps explain the 6 Requirements Engineering questions

Simon Buckingham Shum, Tuesday 03 October 2006 | Annotate
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Today I was in London as an invited speaker on Design Rationale, helping to introduce the "Why?" dimensions of Requirements Engineering. The Institution of Engineering and Technology offered the seminar, entitled "Answering the Six Questions about Requirements": "As the applications of requirements is becoming increasingly popular, it is being applied to many aspects of systems engineering such as Management, Finance, Technology and different aspects of work. This seminar aims to bring together leading researchers and practitioners in the field, to give you the latest update of the essential concepts, practices and knowledge you need, to do your requirements better."

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