Björn Regnell focuses on Requirements engineering, Requirement, Requirements analysis, Requirements management and Systems engineering. He interconnects Software engineering, Software quality and Process management in the investigation of issues within Requirements engineering. His Software engineering study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Software, Personal software process, Software peer review and Software Engineering Process Group.
In his study, Engineering management is inextricably linked to Software requirements, which falls within the broad field of Requirement. Björn Regnell does research in Requirements management, focusing on Requirement prioritization specifically. Functional requirement is closely connected to Non-functional testing in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Systems engineering.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Requirements engineering, Systems engineering, Requirement, Software engineering and Requirements analysis. His Requirements engineering research includes elements of Non-functional requirement, Software quality, Engineering management and Process management. His Systems engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Domain and Product.
In Requirement, Björn Regnell works on issues like Software requirements, which are connected to Metamodeling. His Software engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Software architecture, Software system and Software development. His work is dedicated to discovering how Requirements analysis, Software requirements specification are connected with System requirements specification and other disciplines.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Requirements engineering, Software engineering, Process, Knowledge management and Context. His Requirements engineering study incorporates themes from Quality, Software quality, Software requirements and Process management. His study in Software requirements is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Requirement, Requirements analysis, Social software engineering and Metamodeling.
His Requirement research integrates issues from Requirements management and Systems engineering. The Software engineering study combines topics in areas such as Software development, Unified Modeling Language, Software testing, Visualization and Data science. His research in Software development intersects with topics in Agile software development, Reflection and Risk analysis.
His primary scientific interests are in Requirements engineering, Software engineering, Knowledge management, Process management and Software development. His work carried out in the field of Requirements engineering brings together such families of science as Quality and Role playing. The concepts of his Software engineering study are interwoven with issues in Process and Scope.
His work on Social software engineering, Software Engineering Process Group, Personal software process and Software development process as part of his general Software development study is frequently connected to Timeline, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Björn Regnell is involved in the study of Requirements analysis that focuses on Requirements management in particular. In his study, Requirements elicitation, Non-functional requirement and Systems engineering is strongly linked to Requirements traceability, which falls under the umbrella field of Requirements management.
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Case Study Research in Software Engineering: Guidelines and Examples
Per Runeson;Martin Host;Austen Rainer;Bjorn Regnell.
Using Students as Subjects—A Comparative Study ofStudents and Professionals in Lead-Time Impact Assessment
Martin Höst;Björn Regnell;Claes Wohlin.
Empirical Software Engineering (2000)
Att genomföra examensarbete
Martin Höst;Björn Regnell;Per Runeson.
An evaluation of methods for prioritizing software requirements
Joachim Karlsson;Claes Wohlin;Björn Regnell.
Information & Software Technology (1998)
An industrial survey of requirements interdependencies in software product release planning
P. Carlshamre;K. Sandahl;M. Lindvall;B. Regnell.
Requirements Engineering (2001)
An industrial case study on distributed prioritisation in market-driven requirements engineering for packaged software
Björn Regnell;Martin Höst;Johan Natt och Dag;Per Beremark.
Requirements Engineering (2001)
Requirements engineering challenges in market-driven software development - An interview study with practitioners
Lena Karlsson;sa G. Dahlstedt;Björn Regnell;Johan Natt och Dag.
Information & Software Technology (2007)
Market-Driven Requirements Engineering for Software Products
Björn Regnell;Sjaak Brinkkemper.
Engineering and Managing Software Requirements; (2005) (2005)
Improving the use case driven approach to requirements engineering
B. Regnell;K. Kimbler;A. Wesslen.
Requirements Engineering (1995)
A hierarchical use case model with graphical representation
B. Regnell;M. Andersson;J. Bergstrand.
engineering of computer based systems (1996)
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