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8.2.2 Requirements Engineering References

Title: Software Requirements Styles and Techniques
Author: Soren Lauesen
Copyright: 2002
Publisher: Addison Wesley
ISBN:0 201 74570 4
Comment: Good elicitation techniques

Title: Requirements Engineering
Author: R.J. Wieringa
Copyright: 1996
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN:0 471 95884 0
Comment: Describes a number of requirements analysis techniques.

Title: System Requirements Engineering
Author: Loucopoulos and Karakostas
Copyright: 1995
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
ISBN:0 07 707843 8
Comment: Discussion on Modeling Requirements.

Title: Requirements Engineering: A Good Practice Guide
Author: Sommerville and Sawyer
Copyright: 1997
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN:0 471 97444 7
Comment: Good layout, easy to follow

Title: Requirements Engineering Process and Techniques
Author: Kotonya and Sommerville
Copyright: 1998
Publisher: Wiley
ISBN:0 471 97208 8
Comment: Update of the Requirements Engineering, with Object Technology added

Title: INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook Version v3.1
Author: INCOSE
Copyright: 2007
Publisher: INCOSE.
Comment: This is the subject matter basis for the INCOSE CSEP certification.


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