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Gilb, T. (2010). What’s wrong with requirements specification? An analysis of the fundamental failings of conventional thinking about software requirements, and some suggestions for getting it right. Journal of Software Engineering & Applications, 3(9), 827–838.
Kajko-Mattson, M., & Nyfjord, J. (2008). A template for communicating information about requirements and their realization. International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists 2008, 1020–1025.
Laanti, M., Salo, O., & Abrahamsson, P. (2011). Agile methods rapidly replacing traditional methods at Nokia: A survey of opinions on agile transformation. Information & Software Technology, 53(3), 276–290.
Tiwana, A. (2008). Impact of classes of development coordination tools on software development performance: A multinational empirical study. ACM Transactions on Software Engineering & Methodology, 17(2), 1–47.
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