IEEE Software Column

The Requirements Engineering Column appears in IEEE Software 5-6 times a year covering a broad range of requirements-related topics. If you have ideas for the column, or just like to share feedback with me, please email (jhuang at cs dot depaul dot edu). I'd love to hear from you.

Published Columns

  • Toward Meaningful Industrial-Academic Partnerships. IEEE Software 32(1): 18-21 (2015)
  • Injecting Value-Thinking into Prioritization Decisions. IEEE Software 32(2): 14-18 (2015)
  • Mining Domain Knowledge. IEEE Software 32(3): 16-19 (2015)
  • Patrick Maeder, Jane Cleland-Huang: From Raw Project Data to Business Intelligence. IEEE Software 32(4): 22-25 (2015)
  • Don't Fire the Architect! Where Were the Requirements? IEEE Software 31(2): 27-29 (2014) Column Podcast
  • Mamoun Hirzalla, Peter Bahrs, Jane Cleland-Huang: Beyond Anecdotal Thinking: Deepening Our Understanding for Achieving Quality Goals. IEEE Software 31(3): 26-29 (2014)
  • How Well Do You Know Your Personae Non Gratae? IEEE Software 31(4): 28-31 (2014)
  • Jane Cleland-Huang, Paula Laurent: Requirements in a Global World. IEEE Software 31(6): 34-37 (2014)
  • Are Requirements Alive and Kicking? IEEE Software 30(3): 13-15 (2013)
  • Meet Elaine: A Persona-Driven Approach to Exploring Architecturally Significant Requirements. IEEE Software 30(4): 18-21 (2013) Podcast
  • Thinking about Quoins: Strategic Traceability of Architecturally Significant Requirements. IEEE Software 30(5): 16-18 (2013)
  • Olly Gotel, Jane Cleland-Huang: Requirements Engineering's Next Top Model. IEEE Software 30(6): 24-29 (2013)