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Auswahl empfohlener Literatur

Die folgende Aufstellung von Literatur stellt eine Auswahl der Veröffentlichungen dar, die von IREB im Zusammenhang mit den CPRE als empfehlenswert angesehen werden:


IREB Literatur

Basiswissen Requirements Engineering

Klaus Pohl, Chris Rupp

Vierte Auflage
dpunkt.verlag GmbH (März 2015)
Deutsch, 188 Seiten
Gebundene Ausgabe
ISBN: 978-3-86490-283-3
Abgestimmt auf den Lehrplan des CPRE Foundation Levels 2.2.

Hier kaufen: dpunkt.verlag, Amazon

Errata finden Sie auf der homepage von Klaus Pohl

Requirements Engineering Fundamentals

Klaus Pohl, Chris Rupp

Zweite Auflage
Rocky Nook Inc. (April 2015)
Englisch, 184 Seiten
Paperback
ISBN-13: 978-1937538774
Abgestimmt auf den Lehrplan des CPRE Foundation Levels 2.2
Die englische Version von "Basiswissen Requirements Engineering".

Auch als E-Book (PDF, Kindle)!

Hier kaufen: Amazon, Rocky Nook

Errata finden Sie auf der homepage von Klaus Pohl

Von IREB Mitgliedern empfohlene Literatur

Business Analysis Agility: Solve the Real Problem, Deliver Real Value

Suzanne Robertson, James Robertson

Erste Ausgabe (2019)
Addison Wesley, Pearson Education
Englisch
ISBN 978-0-13-484706-1



„If you are interested in a manual for particular agile tool for business analysis, this book is not for you. This book is not merely a collection of (agile) tools for business analysis and requirements engineering. It is the right book for you, if you're looking for a comprehensive process from identifying the real problem, via looking for a solution that resolves the identified problem provides a real value to the organisation until specifying the requirements on the implementation of the envisaged solution. The book is written in an easy to read style and illustrated by real world examples. Read it.“

– Karol Frühauf


„I recommend Business Analysis Agility to our IREB community, a book that embodies the best of software requirements engineering married with an agile mindset. In this book, the Robertsons’ share a plethora of tools and techniques that help you infuse agility in your business analysis. At the same time, it contains key IREB body of knowledge elements. You will find multiple examples and lively scenarios that engage and invite smart problem and solution exploration.“

– Ellen Gottesdiener

Discover to Deliver: Agile Project Planning and Analysis

Ellen Gottesdiener and Mary Gorman

EBG Consulting, Inc. 2012
Englisch
ISBN: 978-0-9857879-0-5 (Print)
ISBN: 978-0-9857879-1-2 (Print)

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„I recommend the book as it describes requirements engineering from a complementing perspective to IREB. The book focuses on product development and follows an agile approach. The interesting part is that you find IREB body of knowledge elements in many chapters. As one example is the tool & technique listing on page 209 where you recognize many tools & techniques that are part of the IREB syllabi as well. The book is especially of value for professionals acting in the context of inventing or developing (software) product following an agile approach. The pragmatic merge of requirements engineering and agile methods and techniques helps to discover your own way to design your specific agile product development approach.“

– Rainer Grau


„Discover to Deliver: Agile Project Planning and Analysis brings clarity to the conundrum of how much requirements work is appropriate and how to iteratively move from discovery to delivery. Ellen and Mary, experienced agile practitioners and coaches, have identified 7 product dimensions that guide the questions to ask and provide a consistent way for the whole team to communicate. I recommend this as a book that covers requirements principles in a non-procedural and practical way. Many examples help to bring the book to life. This is an excellent reference and guidance book for our IREB community.“

– Suzanne Robertson

Discovering Requirements – How to Specify Products and Services

Ian Alexander, Ljerka Beus-Dukic

Wiley (2009)
Englisch, 476 Seiten
Paperback
ISBN-13: 9780470712405

Hier kaufen: Wiley, Amazon



„I recommend Discovering Requirements as the emphasis is on actively eliciting requirements rather than a more passive approach.“

– Colin Hood


„This book covers requirements engineering from an overall view, but also includes many details on how to elicit and document requirements. In the same way it is an excellent text book for students (including a teaching plan on the web) and contains many useful hints practitioners. The focus on stakeholders and context is in particular useful.“

– Prof. Dr. Barbara Paech

Grip op requirements - IREB foundation examenstof uitgelegd en praktisch gemaakt

Cannegieter, J.J., N. de Swart & J. Zandhuis

Zweite Ausgabe
Eburon Business, Delft
Niederländisch
SBN 9789463011440

Bezug über https://www.gripoprequirements.nl/



„‘Grip on requirements' is a perfect companion to Dutch IREB CPRE FL training courses. It strictly follows the syllabus and expands it with explanations, examples and mock exam questions. I have been using it in all my courses from the very first moment that the Dutch syllabus version became available.“

– Hans van Loenhoud


„This Dutch book provides a clear and in-depth explanation of the IREB Foundation level and contributes to the further professionalisation of requirements engineers. I use this book for several years already in practical courses and workshops and this book adds the theoretical fundamentals to it.“

– Stefan Staal

Ingénierie des Exigences

Stéphane Badreau, Jean-Louis Boulanger

Französisch
ISBN 978-2-10-070640-2

Hier kaufen: www.dunod.com



„The content is aligned with the IREB Foundation Level Syllabus and is a very good mean to get ready to take an IREB exam. The main RE concepts are clearly illustrated with many diagrams, pictures and examples. The book is written in French, which is very very important for the French community. There is no commercial aspects in this book, it is only about the Requirements Engineering Processes, Methods, and types of tools.“

– Eric Riou du Cosquer


„There are not many books in French that deal with RE consistently with the IREB CPRE. This book will be usefull to all practitioners who practice RE without really knowing it, and would like to deepend their knowledge of RE fundamentals. If you are looking for recommendations, best practices, and proven, state of the art methods techniques and tools that you can use in practice, this book is for you.“

– Prof. Dr. Camille Salinesi

Mastering the Requirements Process

Suzanne Robertson, James Robertson

Dritte, überarbeitete Auflage (6. August 2012)
Addison-Wesley Longman
Englisch, 768 Seiten
Paperback
ISBN-13: 9780321815743

Hier kaufen: Pearson, Amazon



„This is the classic book for business analysis and requirements engineering. Since 1999 business analysts and requirements engineers all over the world find inspiration and aid in this book. The fundamental truths mirrored in the Volere process did not change significantly in these two decades. Their use changed with the evolution from sequential to iterative development models.If you are a business analyst and you don't have the book on your bookshelf, you better hurry to buy it.“

– Karol Frühauf

More About Software Requirements: Thorny Issues and Practical Advice

Karl E. Wiegers

Microsoft Press (2005)
Englisch, 224 Seiten
Paperback
ISBN-13: 9780735622678

Hier kaufen: Microsoft, Amazon

Optimieren von Requirements Management & Engineering: Mit dem HOOD Capability Model

Colin Hood, Rupert Wiebel

Springer (2007)
Deutsch, 245 Seiten
Gebundene Ausgabe
ISBN-13: 9783540211785

Hier kaufen: Springer, Amazon

Requirements Engineering Grundlagen, Prinzipien und Techniken

Klaus Pohl

dpunkt.verlag GmbH (2007)
Deutsch, 764 Seiten
Gebundene Ausgabe
ISBN-13: 9783540211785

Hier kaufen: dpunkt.verlag, Amazon

Requirements-Engineering und -Management: Aus der Praxis von klassisch bis agil

Chris Rupp, die SOPHISTen

Sechste Auflage
Hanser Fachbuchverlag (2014)
Deutsch, 570 Seiten
Gebundene Ausgabe
ISBN-13: 9783446438934

Hier kaufen: Hanser Fachbuchverlag, Amazon

Errata finden Sie auf der SOPHIST website



„This book is since two decades the reference book for all professionals in requirements engineering. In all the years the team of authors led by Chris Rupp enriched the book by new knowledge and experience. The layout did change also significantly, from black and white to colours and the technical pictures received company by icons. Most of the pupils in my seminars around requirements engineering sits there with the book and checks whether I am correct. To recommend this book is thus carrying coals toNewcastle. But this book will remain longer in fashion than coal.“

– Karol Frühauf

Systematisches Requirements Engineering – Anforderungen ermitteln, spezifizieren, analysieren und verwalten

Christof Ebert

5., überarbeitete Auflage (2014)
dpunkt.verlag
Deutsch, 482 Seiten
Paperback
ISBN: 978-3-86490-139-3

Hier kaufen: dpunkt.verlag, Amazon

UML 2 glasklar

Chris Rupp, die SOPHISTen, Stefan Queins

Vierte, aktualisierte und erweiterte Auflage (3. April 2012)
Hanser Fachbuchverlag
Deutsch, 580 Seiten
Taschenbuch
ISBN-13: 9783446430570

Hier kaufen: Hanser Fachbuchverlag, Amazon

Errata finden Sie auf der SOPHIST website



„In UML 2 glasklar, the authors have managed a difficult tightrope act: On the one hand, the book represents a comprehensive reference for UML, in which even special cases are not left out. On the other hand, it makes the sometimes dry material relevant for the requirements engineer by illustrating all elements without exception on the basis of good examples and providing hints for use in modelling practice. There are typical pitfalls as well as recommendations for alternative approaches. Notes on tailoring the UML notation and an overview of the SysML complete the book, which should not be missing in any requirements engineering library.“

– Dr. Frank Houdek


„I recommend „UML 2 glasklar“ to the German-speaking IREB community. The authors did an excellent job in providing a handy and almost complete language reference for UML – supplemented by many methodological insights gained from applying UML in practice. Thus, this book ideally complements the OMG standardization documents. The book is, in particular, a valuable source of modeling knowledge for those of you planning to take the certification examination for the IREB Advanced Level “Requirements Modeling”. Indicated by the “AL” icon, you will easily find the relevant content as well as many hints and tips helping you during the preparation for the written examination and the elaboration of the written assignment.“

– Dr. Thorsten Weyer

Writing Better Requirements

Ian F. Alexander, Richard Stevens

Addison-Wesley (2002)
Englisch, 176 Seiten
Paperback
ISBN-13: 9780321131638

Hier kaufen: Addison-Wesley, Amazon



„This book provides an introductory text to the problem of requirements documentation. It is handy, easy to read and practical. A good starting point for a novice in the field, but also a helpful asset for a more experienced requirements engineer who seeks for practical advice and some reflection space.“

– Prof. Dr. Xavier Franch


„I recommend Writing Better Requirements as a good basic introduction to the topic.“

– Colin Hood