Requirements Engineering and Analysis Workshop Proceedings
December 1991 • Technical Report
Gary Chastek, Mark H. Graham, Gregory Zelesnik
At the 1991 Requirements Engineering and Analysis Workshop was held to brainstorm ways in which the DoD deal more effectively with the requirements of mission-critical systems.
Software Engineering Institute
CMU/SEI Report Number
DOI (Digital Object Identifier):10.1184/R1/6583187.v1
The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) hosted the Requirements Engineering and Analysis Workshop in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on March 12-14, 1991. The intention of the workshop was to focus discussion on issues and activities that could help the Department of Defense (DoD) to deal more effectively with the requirements of mission-critical systems. The SEI workshop built upon work performed previously at the Requirements Engineering and Rapid Prototyping Workshop held by the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) Center for Software Engineering in Eatontown, New Jersey, on November 14-16, 1989.
The workshop participants were divided into four working groups: Requirements Engineering Process and Products, Requirements Volatility, Requirements Elicitation, and Requirements Engineering Techniques and Tools. A summary of the findings of each working group follows.