Neil Maiden spends much of his time researching Requirements engineering, Software engineering, Requirements analysis, Systems engineering and Requirements elicitation. His Requirements engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Management science and Formal specification. Neil Maiden has included themes like Computer-aided software engineering, Software requirements specification and Software development in his Software engineering study.
Neil Maiden has researched Requirements analysis in several fields, including Creativity technique and Creativity. His study in the field of System requirements specification is also linked to topics like Air traffic management. His Requirements elicitation study combines topics in areas such as Software architecture, Systems design and Human–computer interaction.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Software engineering, Requirements engineering, Systems engineering, Requirements analysis and Knowledge management. His Software engineering study incorporates themes from Software, Software development, Software requirements specification and Software requirements. His studies in Software requirements specification integrate themes in fields like Needs analysis and System requirements specification.
His Requirements engineering research incorporates elements of Non-functional requirement, Management science and Engineering management. He regularly ties together related areas like Business requirements in his Requirements analysis studies. His Knowledge management research focuses on Creativity and how it connects with Journalism.
His primary scientific interests are in Creativity, Knowledge management, Creativity technique, Software engineering and Requirements engineering. The various areas that Neil Maiden examines in his Creativity study include Journalism, Human–computer interaction and Set. His Software engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Requirement, Software, Requirements analysis, Software requirements and Software requirements specification.
Many of his research projects under Software are closely connected to Reuse with Reuse, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His study in Software requirements specification is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Requirement prioritization and Systems engineering, System requirements specification. His Requirements engineering research includes elements of Management science and Engineering ethics.
His primary areas of investigation include Creativity, Creativity technique, Knowledge management, Requirements engineering and Requirements analysis. In the subject of general Creativity, his work in Creative thinking is often linked to Underdevelopment, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His research investigates the connection between Knowledge management and topics such as Risk management that intersect with problems in Software deployment and Applied research.
Neil Maiden integrates Requirements engineering with Project design in his research. His work carried out in the field of Requirements analysis brings together such families of science as Software engineering and Software requirements. His studies deal with areas such as Software development, Software construction, Software, Software requirements specification and Social software engineering as well as Software engineering.
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Requirements engineering paper classification and evaluation criteria: a proposal and a discussion
Roel Wieringa;Neil Maiden;Nancy Mead;Colette Rolland.
Supporting scenario-based requirements engineering
A.G. Sutcliffe;N.A.M. Maiden;S. Minocha;D. Manuel.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (1998)
Towards a framework for integrating agile development and user-centred design
Stephanie Chamberlain;Helen Sharp;Neil Maiden.
Scenarios, Stories, Use Cases: Through the Systems Development Life-Cycle
Ian F. Alexander;Neil Maiden.
Social Modeling for Requirements Engineering
Eric Yu;Paolo Giorgini;Neil Maiden;John Mylopoulos.
ACRE: selecting methods for requirements acquisition
Neil A. M. Maiden;Gordon Rugg.
Software Engineering Journal (1996)
Acquiring COTS software selection requirements
N.A.M. Maiden;C. Ncube.
IEEE Software (1998)
A proposal for a scenario classification framework
C. Rolland;C. Ben Achour;C. Cauvet;J. Ralyté.
Exploiting reusable specifications through analogy
Neil Maiden;Alistair Sutcliffe.
Communications of The ACM (1992)
Provoking creativity: imagine what your requirements could be like
N. Maiden;A. Gizikis;S. Robertson.
IEEE Software (2004)
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