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How do Practitioners Approach towards Requirements Engineering?

Last post 06:07 pm June 6, 2022 by Paula Szerman
1 reply
08:05 am February 8, 2022

Dear Sir or Madam,  

We prepared a short survey to understand practitioners’ perspectives towards the requirements engineering. Our survey basically aims to clarify on many aspects of the requirements engineering applied in industry, including (i) requirements gathering and specifications, (ii) requirements modifications, (iii) requirements analysis, and (iv) requirements transformation. The survey results will be submitted to a reputable journal on software engineering. 

The survey takes about 2-5 minutes to participate, we would be so grateful if you could separate your time. Also, please circulate the email to anyone who may be interested.  

The survey link:  

All the best,  

Etem Çetin Toptani

01:28 pm June 6, 2022


i would be interested in the results of your research, as I am writing a blog article on the topic on a school blog from Switzerland



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