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Travelled to:
1 × Canada
1 × France
1 × Germany
1 × Italy
1 × Spain
9 × USA
Collaborated with:
S.Fickas T.Menzies S.L.Cornford W.L.Johnson B.D.Smith J.R.Connelly J.D.Kiper L.Meshkat T.W.Larson M.Gibbel B.R.Helm D.R.Harris K.A.Hicks R.M.Mackey S.Uckun V.A.Heron J.S.Jenkins D.Cohen K.Narayanaswamy R.Balzer A.Cooperband P.E.London D.S.Wile O.El-Rawas J.Hihn R.J.Madachy B.W.Boehm
Talks about:
requir (9) softwar (5) system (4) engin (4) support (3) quantit (3) automat (3) design (3) applic (3) decis (3)

♂ Person: Martin S. Feather

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Facilitated 1 volumes:

ASE 2001PrCh

Contributed to:

RE 20082008
ASE 20072007
RE 20062006
RE 20032003
SEKE 20032003
RE 20022002
RE 20012001
ASE 20002000
ICRE 20002000
ASE 19991999
ICSE 19971997
RE 19951995
KBSE 19941994
KBSE 19931993
RE 19931993
SEKE 19931993
KBSE 19921992
ESEC 19911991
KBSE 19911991
ICSE 19901990
ICSE 19811981

Wrote 23 papers:

RE-2008-FeatherHMU #analysis #deployment #requirements #using
Guiding Technology Deployment Decisions using a Quantitative Requirements Analysis Technique (MSF, KAH, RMM, SU), pp. 271–276.
ASE-2007-MenziesEHFMB #automation #re-engineering
The business case for automated software engineering (TM, OER, JH, MSF, RJM, BWB), pp. 303–312.
RE-2006-CornfordFHJ #analysis #modelling #requirements
Fusing Quantitative Requirements Analysis with Model-based Systems Engineering (SLC, MSF, VAH, JSJ), pp. 272–277.
RE-2003-FeatherMC #process #research
Relating Practitioner Needs to Research Activities (MSF, TM, JRC), p. 352–?.
SEKE-2003-MenziesKF #automation #re-engineering #reduction #tool support
Improved Software Engineering Decision Support Through Automatic Argument Reduction Tools (TM, JDK, MSF), pp. 655–662.
SEKE-2003-MeshkatFC #traceability
Traceability and Decision Capture in Semi-structured Contexts (LM, MSF, SLC), pp. 647–654.
RE-2002-FeatherM #convergence #requirements
Converging on the Optimal Attainment of Requirements (MSF, TM), pp. 263–272.
RE-2001-Feather #detection #fault #reduction #using
Risk Reduction Using DDP (Defect Detection and Prevention): Software Support and Software Applications (MSF), p. 288.
ASE-2000-FeatherCL #risk management #tool support
Combining the Best Attributes of Qualitative and Quantitative Risk Management Tool Support (MSF, SLC, TWL), pp. 309–312.
ICRE-2000-FeatherCG #interactive #requirements #scalability
Scalable Mechanisms for Requirements Interaction Management (MSF, SLC, MG), pp. 119–129.
ASE-1999-FeatherS #automation #generative #testing
Automatic Generation of Test Oracles-From Pilot Studies to Application (MSF, BDS), pp. 63–72.
ICSE-1997-CohenFNF #automation #monitoring #requirements
Automatic Monitoring of Software Requirements (DC, MSF, KN, SF), pp. 602–603.
RE-1995-FickasF #monitoring #requirements
Requirements monitoring in dynamic environments (SF, MSF), pp. 140–147.
KBSE-1994-FeatherF #design #distributed #framework
A Framework for Distributed System Designs (MSF, SF), pp. 6–13.
KBSE-1993-Feather #bound #implementation
An Implementation of Bounded Obligations (MSF), p. 18.
RE-1993-Feather #requirements
Requirements reconnoitring at the juncture of domain and instance (MSF), pp. 73–76.
SEKE-1993-Feather #evolution #specification
Cardinality Evolution in Specifications (MSF), pp. 575–583.
KBSE-1992-Feather #design #distributed
Explorations on the Formal Frontier of Distributed System Design (MSF), p. 23.
ESEC-1991-Feather #requirements
Requirements Engineering — Getting Right from Wrong (MSF), pp. 485–488.
KBSE-1991-FeatherFH #design
Composite System Design: The Good News and the Bad News (MSF, SF, BRH), pp. 16–25.
KBSE-1991-JohnsonFH #requirements #specification
The KBSA Requirements/Specifications Facet: ARIES (WLJ, MSF, DRH), pp. 48–56.
ICSE-1990-JohnsonF #evolution #library
Building an Evolution Transformation Library (WLJ, MSF), pp. 238–248.
Application Downloading (RB, AC, MSF, PEL, DSW), pp. 450–459.

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