J. Münch Reutlingen University, Reutlingen, GermanyUniversity of Helsinki, Helsinki, FinlandHerman Hollerith Center, Böblingen, Germany
Most modern software development activities are focusing on domains of emergence where experts cannot know a priori what kind of software provides value to users and customers. This is fundamentally different to traditional software engineering for large systems where a priori analysis by experts is used to identify requirements. While the latter is gaining a niche software category, developing and establishing development practices for domains of emergence is becoming significantly important and urgent. A major challenge is to find the right scope ...
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