A legal cross-references taxonomy for identifying conflicting software requirements

@article{Maxwell2011ALC,
  title={A legal cross-references taxonomy for identifying conflicting software requirements},
  author={Jeremy C. Maxwell and Annie I. Ant{\'o}n and Peter P. Swire},
  journal={2011 IEEE 19th International Requirements Engineering Conference},
  year={2011},
  pages={197-206}
}
Companies must ensure their software complies with relevant laws and regulations to avoid the risk of costly penalties, lost reputation, and brand damage resulting from noncompliance. Laws and regulations contain internal cross-references to portions of the same legal text, as well as cross-references to external legal texts. These cross-references introduce ambiguities, exceptions, as well as other challenges to regulatory compliance. Requirements engineers need guidance as to how to address… CONTINUE READING
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