Requirements acquisition

  title={Requirements acquisition},
  author={Mildred L. G. Shaw and Brian R. Gaines},
  journal={Software Engineering Journal},
An overview of knowledge engineering research, practice, theories, methodologies, and tools is presented, and parallels are drawn with analogous phenomena and activities in requirements engineering. Knowledgebased systems are distinguished from other advanced information systems by their reflective emphasis on meta-information processing about the basis of system operation. In terms of requirements elicitation this corresponds to an emphasis on maintaining an audit trail from requirements… CONTINUE READING
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