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Toward Reference Models of Requirements Traceability
Requirements traceability is intended to ensure continued alignment between stakeholder requirements and various outputs of the system development process. To be useful, traces must be organizedExpand
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Telos: representing knowledge about information systems
We describe Telos, a language intended to support the development of information systems. The design principles for the language are based on the premise that information system development isExpand
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The future of e-learning: a shift to knowledge networking and social software
The main aim of Knowledge Management (KM) is to connect people to quality knowledge as well as people to people in order to peak performance. This is also the primary goal of Learning ManagementExpand
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The Web 2.0 Driven SECI Model Based Learning Process
Nonaka and his knowledge transformation model SECI revolutionized the thinking about organizations as social learning systems. He introduced technical concepts like hypertext into organizationalExpand
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Query Optimization in Database Systems
Efficient methods of processing unanticipated queries are a crucial prerequisite for the success of generalized database management systems. A wide variety of approaches to improve the performance ofExpand
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Requirements tracing
  • M. Jarke
  • Computer Science
  • CACM
  • 1 December 1998
Requirem TRacing I n this ever-changing business and technology environment, the risk of inconsistencies in systems development and evolution multiplies. Experience reuse becomes a necessity in orderExpand
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Logic Programming and Databases
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Scenario Management: An Interdisciplinary Approach
Scenario management (SM) means different things to different people, even though everyone seems to admit its current importance and its further potential. In this paper, we seek to provide anExpand
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Architecture and Quality in Data Warehouses: An Extended Repository Approach
Abstract Most database researchers have studied data warehouses (DW) in their role as buffers of materialized views, mediating between update-intensive OLTP systems and query-intensive decisionExpand
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