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supports the requirements engineer in his or her daily practice. We have chosen not to reference the two books listed above in the individ- ual chapters of this book. You can find detailed additional information on the topics of this book in both of the books mentioned above. This book was made possible with the help of a number of people. Our special thanks go to Dirk Schüpferling and Thorsten Weyer for their con- tributions to this book and their outstanding commitment, without which this book would not have been possible. Many reviews and consistent support by other board members increased the quality of this book. We particularly thank all board members of the IREB for their active support. In addition, Urte Pautz of the HOOD Group ( ); Christian Pikalek and Rainer Joppich of the SOPHIST GmbH ( ); and Dr. Kim Lauenroth and Nelufar Ulfat-Bunyadi from “paluno – The Ruhr Institute for Software Technology” at the Uni- versity of Duisburg-Essen ( ) have contributed to individ- ual sections of the book. Furthermore, we want to thank Thorsten Weyer and Bastian Tenbergen (paluno) as well as Marta Bednarczyk (SOPHIST GmbH) for their commitment towards translating this book from German into English. We also want to thank Christa Preisendanz, Dr. Michael Barabas, and Judy Flynn for their support in publishing this book. Klaus Pohl and Chris Rupp Essen and Nuremberg, December 2010
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ix With Contributions from Karol Frühauf INFOGEM AG, SAQ Karol Frühauf studied electrical engineering in Bratislava and Aachen, where he graduated in 1975 with a specialization in technical computer science. Afterwards, he was employed with BBC Brown Boveri & Cie for 12 years and worked in fields such as networking, programming and quality assurance and became a manager in the end. In 1987, he founded the INFOGEM AG together with Helmut Sandmayr. The company ascended to be one of the most recognized authorities for con- sultation and instruction in Switzerland. For more than a decade, Karol has been leading the domain-specific group Computer Science of the SAQ, the Swiss Association for Qual- ity, and heads the software group of the EOQ, the European Organization for Quality. Emmerich Fuchs FUCHS-INFORMATIK AG Emmerich Fuchs has over 30 years of experience in application development. Since 1985, he has been working as a lecturer at schools of higher education and as a seminar instructor as well as a co-author of many books and an examination expert. In 1989, he founded the FUCHS-INFORMATIK AG and is now working as a consulting business manager for renowned com- panies in the areas of business process modeling, requirements engineering, and quality assurance. Prof. Dr. Martin Glinz University of Zurich Martin Glinz is a full professor of computer science and leads the research unit Requirements Engineering at the University of Zurich. He is mainly interested in methods, languages and tools for requirement modeling. His additional fields of inter- est include software engineering, software quality, and model- ing. He obtained his doctoral degree from RWTH Aachen in computer science. Before he accepted the call to Zurich, he
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