Guest Editors' Introduction: RE 02-A Major Step toward a Mature Requirements Engineering Community

@article{Dubois2003GuestEI,
  title={Guest Editors' Introduction: RE 02-A Major Step toward a Mature Requirements Engineering Community},
  author={Eric Dubois and Klaus Pohl},
  journal={IEEE Softw.},
  year={2003},
  volume={20},
  pages={14-15}
}
tasks (such as elicitation, validation, negotiation, specification, and documentation) have emerged and continuously been improved based on industrial feedback. Since the early 1990s, RE has increasingly been recognized as a discipline of its own. In 1993, the first IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering (RE) took place. This biannual meeting mainly provided a forum for exchanging research results and ideas. In 1994, the first biannual International Conference on Requirements… 

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