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ConclusionConclusionby Brian Berenbach, Juergen Kazmeier, Arnold RudorferRequirements engineering (RE) is only one part of a project’s effort, and it can never be done in a vacuum. Life-cycle activities such as project management, quality assurance, validation, configuration management, system architecture, design, implementation, and maintenance are all important activities. RE is cross-cutting, and it helps enable each of these project areas.The goal of this book is to discuss and share experiences from many requirements engineering projects (…
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