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RASAECO: Requirements Analysis of Software for the AECO Industry

  title={RASAECO: Requirements Analysis of Software for the AECO Industry},
  author={Marko Ristin and Dag Fjeld Edvardsen and H. W. V. D. Venn},
Digitalization is forging its path in the architecture, construction, engineering, operation (AECO) industry. This trend demands not only solutions for data governance but also sophisticated cyber-physical systems with a high variety of stakeholder background and very complex requirements. Existing approaches to general requirements engineering ignore the context of the AECO industry. This makes it harder for the software engineers usually lacking the knowledge of the industry context to elicit… Expand

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