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- Jawed Siddiqi
- Challenging Universal Truths of Requirements Engineering
- IEEE Software magazine v11n2(Mar 1994)pp18-19
- =HISTORY REQUIREMENTS NONSEQUENTIAL SOCIAL EMERGENT
- History: (1960+>code; 1970+>design; 1980+>specification)
- Historical analysis and rejecting of functional dogma:
- Requirements describe the "what" of a system, not the "how".
- Requirements should be represented as abstractions.
- Is there a single object from which to get our abstractions?
need to focus on teams and groups of users - a social perspective
- Thorny problem: observe real-world settings vs formal and abstract
- Quotes Goguen: "the belief that the steps of a life cycle should be
executed sequentially is a crude form of the myth that there more or less a
unique best system to be built[... requirements are] emergent" Tech Report
Oxford U 1992
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