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Requirements Engineering WS 2017/18

Vorlesung 89-3155: Requirements Engineering

Dr. Jörg Dörr
Phone: +49 (631) 6800 1601

Current Information

The corrections of the first exam is now done. You find your grade in the QIS system.

The exam review of the first exam will take place on April 9th, 9.30-10.00 (last possible entrance into the room at 9.45) in room 32-426.

This is the distribution of grades for the first exam:

The next exam will take place on April 27th (Nachklausur, time 08.30 in room Mensa 1). For the written exam: no aids are allowed (no script, no calculator, etc.) Please bring your student-id and your id-card/passport with you to the exam.

Supplementary Material

1 Exercise 1 RE-Game presented Link
2 Exercise 2 incl. TakeAways Link
3 Exercise 3 Restaurant Exercise Link
4 Exercise 3 Information Systems RE - Business Process Modeling Part1 Link
5 Exercise 4 Information Systems RE - Business Process Modeling Part2 Link
Lecture Slides
Chapter Titel Link
0 Motivation & Overview Link
1 Introduction Link
2 Requirements Specifications and Standards Link
3 Natural Language Specification Link
4 Requirements Elicitation Link
5 Requirements Elicitation continued Link
6 Conceptual Modeling Link
7 Requirements Validation and Negotiation Link
8 Requirements Validation and Negotiation Link
9 Requirements Management Link
10 Information Systems RE Link
11 Information Systems RE - Business Process and Data Analysis Link
12 Information Systems RE (Use Cases) Link
13 Embedded Systems RE (Basics) Link
14 RE for Embedded Systems - Exercise on SBS Link
15 RE for Embedded Systems - Part 2 Link
16 SBS_Example Link
17 SCR_Example Link
18 RE in Practice Link
19 With Crowd-RE to better Requirements Link
20 Literature Link

Further Information

In case you have any questions, please feel free to contact Jörg Dörr.

General Literature and Links

Requirements Engineering