In his famous paper "No Silver Bullet" from 1986, Frederick P. Brooksuses the legend of werewolves to point to the complexity of softwareprojects. Interdependencies between requirements engineering andorganisational conditions contribute to this complexity especially indistributed projects. This complexity is the very nature of softwaredevelopment projects - thus, it is futile to run for a silver ...
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aythe werewolves to rest. Instead, the question is how we can deal withthe werewolves. The answer in the world of Harry Potter is to acceptwerewolves and to know the human-werewolf-cycle; similarily, in theworld of software development it is necessary to accept and understandthe given complexity of software projects - so action can be taken atcritical points of time.The model of distributed requirements engineering developed heredescribes how distributedness of software development projects andrequirements engineering practice influence each other. It consists ofcarefully conceptualised categories that are grounded in empirical data.The categories can be used to gain orientation in the field of distributedrequirements engineering, to analyse a given project and to understandhow and why particular phenomena occur. The model also provides anew perspective on distribution: The focus moves from physical distribution,which is typically at the center of distributed software developmentdiscussions, to a general notion of distributedness.