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A controlled experiment to investigate the effect of 'process patterns' on the quality of requirement analysis

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A controlled experiment to investigate the effect of 'process patterns' on the quality of requirement analysis. / Estabraghy, Ahmad; Dalcher, Darren.

Procs IEEE/ACS Int Conf on Computer Systems and Applications 2007: AICCSA'07. NEW YORK : IEEE COMPUTER SOC, 2007. p. 645-649.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Harvard

Estabraghy, A & Dalcher, D 2007, A controlled experiment to investigate the effect of 'process patterns' on the quality of requirement analysis. in Procs IEEE/ACS Int Conf on Computer Systems and Applications 2007: AICCSA'07. IEEE COMPUTER SOC, NEW YORK, pp. 645-649, 5th IEEE/ACS International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications, Amman, 13/05/07. https://doi.org/10.1109/AICCSA.2007.370698

APA

Estabraghy, A., & Dalcher, D. (2007). A controlled experiment to investigate the effect of 'process patterns' on the quality of requirement analysis. In Procs IEEE/ACS Int Conf on Computer Systems and Applications 2007: AICCSA'07 (pp. 645-649). NEW YORK: IEEE COMPUTER SOC. https://doi.org/10.1109/AICCSA.2007.370698

Vancouver

Estabraghy A, Dalcher D. A controlled experiment to investigate the effect of 'process patterns' on the quality of requirement analysis. In Procs IEEE/ACS Int Conf on Computer Systems and Applications 2007: AICCSA'07. NEW YORK: IEEE COMPUTER SOC. 2007. p. 645-649 https://doi.org/10.1109/AICCSA.2007.370698

Author

Estabraghy, Ahmad ; Dalcher, Darren. / A controlled experiment to investigate the effect of 'process patterns' on the quality of requirement analysis. Procs IEEE/ACS Int Conf on Computer Systems and Applications 2007: AICCSA'07. NEW YORK : IEEE COMPUTER SOC, 2007. pp. 645-649

Bibtex

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