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Travelled to:
1 × Australia
1 × Canada
1 × France
1 × Germany
1 × India
1 × Spain
1 × The Netherlands
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
G.Regev A.Wegmann S.Jantunen O.Hayard S.Row M.T.Gaska K.Hietaranta R.Wessman K.Smolander D.M.Berry D.Damian A.Finkelstein R.Hall A.Wassyng
Talks about:
requir (7) engin (5) product (3) where (3) do (3) approach (2) problem (2) compani (2) servic (2) model (2)

Person: Donald C. Gause

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Contributed to:

REFSQ 20132013
RE 20102010
RE 20092009
REFSQ 20092009
RE 20082008
RE 20072007
RE 20062006
RE 20052005
RE 20012001
ICRE 20002000
ICRE 19981998

Wrote 11 papers:

REFSQ-2013-JantunenHG #challenge #problem
Adjusting to Increasing Product Management Problems: Challenges and Improvement Proposals in One Software Company (SJ, KH, DCG), pp. 386–400.
RE-2010-JantunenGW #requirements
Making Sense of Product Requirements (SJ, DCG, RW), pp. 89–92.
RE-2009-RegevHGW #modelling #perspective #requirements
Modeling Service-Level Requirements: A Constancy Perspective (GR, OH, DCG, AW), pp. 231–236.
REFSQ-2009-RegevHGW #quality #towards
Toward a Service Management Quality Model (GR, OH, DCG, AW), pp. 16–21.
RE-2008-RegevGW #approach #education #learning #requirements
Requirements Engineering Education in the 21st Century, An Experiential Learning Approach (GR, DCG, AW), pp. 85–94.
RE-2007-JantunenSG #case study #how #process #requirements
How Internationalization of a Product Changes Requirements Engineering Activities: An Exploratory Study (SJ, KS, DCG), pp. 163–172.
RE-2006-RegevGW #problem
Creativity and the Age-Old Resistance to Change Problem in RE (GR, DCG, AW), pp. 284–291.
RE-2005-BerryDFGHW #question #requirements #why
To do or not to do: If the requirements engineering payoff is so good, why aren’t more companies doing it? (DMB, DD, AF, DCG, RH, AW), p. 447.
RE-2001-GauseR #question
Where Are We on the “Fend off the Alligators — Drain the Swamp” Continuum? (DCG, SR), p. 266.
ICRE-2000-Gause #question #requirements #what
Requirements Engineering: What Have We Accomplished? Where Are We Now? Where Are We Going? (DCG), pp. 195–196.
ICRE-1998-GaskaG #approach #process #requirements
An Approach for Cross-Discipline Requirements Engineering Process Patterns (MTG, DCG), pp. 182–189.

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