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Al-Karaghouli, Wafi and Alshawi, Sarmad and Fitzgerald, Guy (2005) Promoting requirement identification quality: enhancing the human interaction dimension. Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 18 (2). pp. 256-267. ISSN 1741-0398


Al-Karaghouli, Wafi and Alshawi, Sarmad and Fitzgerald, Guy (2004) Promoting system quality through a sociotechnical requirements identification and elicitation process. In: Irani, Zahir and AlShawi, Sarmad and Sarikas, Omiros D., (eds.) Proceedings of the European and Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS) 2004, 25-27 July, Tunis, Tunisia. EMCIS. ISBN 1902316401


Alshawi, Sarmad and Al-Karaghouli, Wafi (2003) Managing knowledge in business requirements identification. Logistics Information Management, 16 (5). pp. 341-349. ISSN 0957-6053


Al-Karaghouli, Wafi and Fitzgerald, Guy and Alshawi, Sarmad (2002) Knowledge requirements system (KRS): an approach to improving and understanding requirements. In: Coakes, Elayne and Willis, Dianne and Clarke, Steve, (eds.) Knowledge management in the sociotechnical world: the graffiti continues. Computer supported cooperative work . Springer, London, UK. ISBN 185233441X

Al-Karaghouli, Wafi and Alshawi, Sarmad and Fitzgerald, Guy (2002) A framework for managing knowledge in requirements identification: bridging the knowledge gap between business and system developers. In: Hlupic, Vlatka, (ed.) Knowledge and business process management. Idea Group Publishing, Hershey, USA. ISBN 1591400368


Al-Karaghouli, Wafi and Alshawi, Sarmad and Elstob, Mike (2000) KRS: a strategic elicitation and a systematic approach to customer requirements. In: OR42: OR in the 21st Century: Communications and Knowledge Management, 12-14 Sep 2000, Swansea, Wales. (Submitted)

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