Managing requirements knowledge (MaRK'08)
|Managing requirements knowledge (MaRK'08)|
|Author(s)||Maalej W., Thurimella A.K., Happel H.-J., Decker B.|
|Published in||2008 1st International Workshop on Managing Requirements Knowledge, MARK'08|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Industrial practitioners, Knowledge management communities, Management techniques, Managing requirements, Ontology-based annotations, Requirements engineering process, Semantic wikis, Industrial management, Information theory, Knowledge management, Ontology, Requirements engineering, Knowledge engineering)|
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Managing requirements knowledge (MaRK'08) is a 2008 conference paper written in English by Maalej W., Thurimella A.K., Happel H.-J., Decker B. and published in 2008 1st International Workshop on Managing Requirements Knowledge, MARK'08.
MaRK'08 focuses on potentials and benefits of lightweight knowledge management approaches, such as ontology-based annotation, Semantic Wikis and rationale management techniques, applied to requirements engineering. Methodologies, processes and tools for capturing, externalizing, sharing and reusing of knowledge in (distributed) requirements engineering processes are discussed. Furthermore, the workshop is an interactive exchange platform between the knowledge management community, requirements engineering community and industrial practitioners. This proceeding includes selected and refereed contributions.
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