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|Title:||A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF DISTRIBUTED REQUIREMENTS NEGOTIATION|
|Authors:||Herlea Damian, Daniela|
|Abstract:||This paper addresses requirements conflicts, their resolution through negotiation and the investigation of such processes in distributed communication settings. It proposes a multi-disciplinary research approach to the study of distributed requirements negotiation. This approach builds on 'best practice' models in the research fields of requirements engineering, soft systems methodologies, study of groups with technology, negotiation behavior, group interaction analysis, and behavioral and social sciences. Preliminary results of the implementation of this approach are presented and future work is discussed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Shaw, Mildred|
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