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The newsletter provides a means of distributing relevant technical information, publication announcements, conference announcements, job adverts, and information on funding initiatives in the broad area of Requirements Engineering.

The scope of the newsletter is as follows: formal representation schemes and requirements modelling; descriptions of the requirements engineering process; tools and environments to support requirements engineering; requirements engineering methods; requirements analysis and validation; requirements elicitation, acquisition and formalisation; establishing traceability to requirements; reuse and adaptation of requirements; domain modelling and analysis; user-interaction requirements; requirements engineering for, and as, group and cooperative work. The newsletter is concerned with requirements engineering for distributed, safety-critical, composite, real-time, embedded and information systems.

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