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Professor Neil Maiden

Professor of Digital Creativity

Cass Business School, Cass Faculty of Management

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About

Background

Neil Maiden is Professor of Digital Creativity in the Faculty of Management at the Cass Business Business and co-founder of the Centre for Creativity in Professional Practice at City University London. He initiates and leads interdisciplinary research in software engineering, creativity science and integrated health and social care. He has been a principal investigator on research worth almost €35 million, directly managing €4 million of this income at City. He has published over 175 peer-reviewed papers in leading journals such IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering and Communications of the ACM and conferences such the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering. He is a recognised thought leader in his disciplines. His work has been recognised many time through awards from his peers. His current funded and doctoral research is in 3 main disciplines:
1. Digital creativity support for professional work
2. Specifying and designing complex digital systems
3. Digital support to improve the care of older people with dementia

Employment

Defining academic career events are:
1992
Awarded PhD in Computer Science for thesis entitled Analogical Specification Reuse during Requirements Analysis

1995
Accepts Visiting Chair at RWTH-Aachen in Germany with Prof Matthias Jarke, and tenured position in School of Informatics at City University London

2003
Promoted to Chair as Professor of Systems Engineering at City University London

2004
Program Chair 13th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, Kyoto Japan

2005-2013
Editor, Requirements Column, IEEE Software Magazine

2008
Co-founds Interdisciplinary Centre for Creativity in Professional Practice at City University London, and Masters for Innovation, Creativity and Leadership

2009-2012
Chair of Steering Committee for IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference series

Funded business and applied research contracts

EUROCONTROL: Principal investigator on 4 contracts to research and deliver the RESCUE user-centred requirements engineering process for air traffic control conflict resolution system as part of EATCHIP (2000-2004): total value to City of all contracts €320,000

National Air Traffic Service (NATS): Principal on bilateral funding to implement the RESCUE process to specify the Operational Requirements for the NATS Enhanced Air Space Management (EASM) system (2004): total value to City £103 000

National Air Traffic Service (NATS): Principal on bilateral funding to implement the RESCUE process to specify the Operational Requirements for Eurocontrol’s Departure Manager (DMAN) system (2002): total value to City £56 000

Aviva Investments: Principal managing development of innovative applications for Microsoft Surface, total value to City: £28,000

Daimler-Chrysler: Principal on bilateral funding to acquire and model requirements for the EU project CORONET in which Daimler-Chrysler are a partner (2000): total value to City £24 000

Dance UK: Principal leading bilateral project to develop full web-enabled solution and office-based system, total value to City £17,025

Dstl: Principal on bilateral funding to support scenario-driven system goal trade-offs as exploitation of CREWS and SIMP research results (2002-2003), total value to City £23 000

London Borough Of Barking/Dagenham: service to deliver a user requirements specification for an IT system that supports councillor’s access to information (1999), total value to City £3,700

IMM-Studios: Requirements engineering process for internet-trading systems (2000), total value to City £2,600

Research

Neil has been a principal investigator on over 20 EC, EPSRC and bilaterally funded research projects worth almost €35 million, directly managing €5 million of this income at City. His research takes place in 3 key areas:
1. Digital creativity support for professional work
2. Specifying and designing complex digital systems
3. Digital support to improve the care of older people with dementia
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Digital creativity support

Neil constructs and uses novel theories and models of creativity to design, implement and evaluate digital support for human creativity in professional domains. This digital support is implemented as computational services, mobile apps and websites. It supports creative thinking in professional domains that include design, risk management in health-and-safety, medical training and social care. Current users of results from this research include journalists, the Waag Society and CNH Industrial, a part of the FCA Group. A current highlight of this digital creativity support is the Bright Sparks web application.

Specifying complex digital systems

Neil constructs and uses theories and models in requirements engineering to design and evaluate new methods and software tools to support front-end analysis work. These methods and tools support tasks such as goal modelling and analysis, scenario-led requirements discovery, and predicting the political and other impacts of requirements-led organisational change. Users of this research have included the UK’s National Air Traffic Service, Rolls Royce and IBM.

Digital support to improve care of older people

Neil undertakes interdisciplinary research to design, implement and evaluate new digital technologies to support the post-diagnosis care of older people with dementia. These technologies include mobile support for digital capture of care records, serious games with blended interactions to provide carer training, and digital creativity support for creative thinking about challenging behaviours. Users include the Registered Nursing Home Association, Skills for Care and Nightingale Hammerson. Current highlights of this digital support are the Care'N'Share web application, which supports collaboration and knowledge between carers based on creative search algorithms, and CarePulse, a web application for collecting and managing care quality measures.
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Current Research Projects

Neil is currently leading 5 projects that are researching social creativity and creative systems thinking, creative search tools for journalists, and digital care support:

SCAMPI: Principal investigator EPSRC-funded project: Self-Care Advice, Monitoring, Planning and Intervention, EP/P010024/1 (2017-2020), total value to City £943,000

INJECT: Project coordinator and principal investigator on EU H2020-funded Innovation Action: Innovative Journalism: Enhanced Creativity Tools, project number 732278 (2017-2018); total value €993,000, total value to City €238,000

Online digital platform for training carers of dementia in interactive drama techniques: Principal investigator on Nominet-funded grant with partner Ladder to the Moon (2017), total value £67,530

Complex Systems Goal Modelling: Principal investigator on IBM/Dstl Project (2017): total value £34,579.

CareVBook: Principal Investigator on KTP-Funded Project on Digital Apps to Capture and Assess Care Experiences (2016-2019), total value £238,000.

Past Research Projects

CarePulse: Principal investigator on KTP-Funded Project on Mobile Computing for Care Quality Profiling (2015-2016), total value £148,417.

JUICE: The Journalist Creativity Engine: Principal investigator on Google DNI Project (2016), total value €49,998.

Creative Goal Modelling: Principal investigator on EU-Funded Marie-Curie Fellowship (2014-2016), total value €211,000. The project website is here

Computational Support for Creative Story Development by Journalists: Principal investigator on new Google-funded Computational Journalism Project (2015-2016), total value $59,600.

Complex Systems Goal Modelling: Principal investigator on IBM/Dstl Project (2016): total value €29,356.

COLLAGE: Principal investigator and Scientific Director of the EU-Funded STREP Project on Social Creativity and Learning (2012-2015), total value to City €399,207, total value of grant €3,749,386 The project website is here. Neil has led the project's research to develop creativity support apps such as BrightSparks and Be Creative

Secure Goal Modelling: Principal Investigator on Dstl-funded project to use goal modelling to have defence systems (2014-2015), total value of 2 grants to City £56,000. Neil oversaw research to apply goal modelling to analyse complex real-time defence systems

Care’N’Share: Principal Investigator on Skills for Care-funded project to support person-centred care learning (2014-2015), total value to City £35,142. Neil directed research that led to the innovative Care'N'Share application, which is available publicly to support creative and collaborative care of older people with dementia

E.ON Information Visualisation: Co-investigator on E.ON-funded project on information visualisation for creativity (2011-2013), total value to City: £243,000. The project explored data visualisations for creative purposes, led by Dr Sara Jones

RESET: Principal investigator, sub-contract in EU-funded RESET project, to Model Concept of Operation for European Air Traffic Systems (2009), total value to City £16,041. Neil led research to integrate agent- and goal modelling in order to analyse air traffic management systems more effectively. Results were published in the IEEE International Requirements Engineering conference 2010

CloudCommons: Principal investigator Bilateral Project with CA Labs, Cloud Service Qualities (2011), total value to City £29,982. Neil directed research to develop a novel framework of software-based service qualities

CHOReOS: Principal investigator EU-Funded FP7 Integrated Project on Service Choreography (2010-2013), total value to City €383,000, total value of grant €8,665,856. The project website is available here. Neil directed the project's research to develop new requirements engineering methods and tools for service-based choreographies. Results were published in REFSQ'2014 Conference.

MIRROR: Principal investigator EU-Funded FP7 Integrated Project on Creativity and Reflective Learning (2010-2014), total value to City €529,000, total value of project €8,863,904.The project website is available at here. Neil led the work package to integrate creative thinking and reflective learning theories and software apps. Results was published in a cover research article in Communications of the ACM, as well in the Behaviour and Information Technology Journal, International Journal of Creative Computing and the ACM Creativity and Cognition Conference 2013

S-CUBE: Principal investigator EU-funded FP7 Network of Excellence on Software Services (2008-2012), total value to City €682,000, total value of project €11,046,200. The Software Services and Systems Network's website is available here. Neil directed the network's research that investigated the intersection of software services and human-computer interaction. Results were published in the International Journal of Systems and Service-Oriented Engineering.

TRACEBACK: Principal investigator EU-funded FP6 Integrated Project on Product and Information Traceability in Food Chains (2006-2010), total value to City €381,000, total value of project €15,530,644. The project's website is available here. Neil led the creative design process to generate new service-based traceability systems for food information traceability in diary and fruit food chains

SARA: Principal investigator NATS-funded research project on safety-related requirements engineering (2008), total value £55,000. Neil directed and facilitated research to develop a new method, modelling approach and tool to explore requirements-based software changes on complex air traffic management systems. Results were published in the Requirements Engineering Journal and the IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference in 2007.

VANTAGE: Principal investigator DTI-funded air traffic management project (2007-2009), total value to City £100,000, total value of project £704,149. Neil directed and facilitated requirements and design processes to rethink airport operation systems at Belfast City Airport in order to reduce the airport's environmental footprint. Results were published in the Requirements Engineering Journal and the International CAISE Conference in 2008.

APOSDLE: Principal investigator EU-funded FP6 Integrated Project on Work-Based Learning (2006-2010), total value to City €600,000, total value of project €12,927,196. The project's website is available here. Neil led the project's work package to design and evaluate work-based learning as a complex socio-technical system. Results were published in the IFIP INTERACT conference in 2009.

SeCSE: Principal investigator EU-funded FP6 Integrated Project on Service-Centric Systems Engineering (2004-2008), total value to City €772,000, total value of project €15,216,893. The project's video is available here. Neil led the work package to develop new methods and tools for requirements engineering for service-centric systems. Results were published in the CAiSE'2007 and the International IEEE Requirements Engineering Conference in 2008.

ACE: Co-investigator on ESRC/DTI funded PACCIT project (2003-2004), total value £50,000.

GOMOSCE: Principal investigator Dstl-funded bilateral project (2003-2004), total value £48,500. Neil directed research to integrate goal modelling and scenario analysis for defence systems

IMPRESSION: Co-investigator ESPRIT Framework V IS&T ‘IMPRESSION’ project (2001-2003), total value €90,000. The project demonstrated the benefits of best practice requirements management for embedded, e-business and e-service businesses

BANKSEC: Principal investigator ESPRIT Framework V IS&T ‘BANKSEC’ project (2000-2002), total value to City €158,000. Neil led a work package to research and develop new mechanisms for requirements engineering for component-based software systems. Results were published in the International Conference on Component-Based Systems in 2002.

SIMP: Principal investigator EPSRC ‘SIMP’ project (2000-2003) as part of the Systems Integration Initiative:total value to City £312,000, total value of project £810,000. Neil directed research to develop new theories and tools for scenario-based systems engineering for complex defence systems

CREWS: Co-investigator/manager ESPRIT IV 21903 ‘CREWS’ long-term reactive research project (1995-1998): total value to City £176,500. Neil undertook and directed research to develop new theories and tools for scenario-driven requirements engineering. Results were published in IEEE Software, the International IEEE Requirements Engineering Conferences in 1998 and 1999.

CORK: Co-investigator/author/manager EPSRC ‘CORK’ project (1999-2001) as part of the SEBPC2 programme: total value to City £135,000.

ISRE: Co-investigator/author EPSRC ‘ISRE’ project (1999-2002) as part of the Systems Integration Initiative: total value £135 000. The project investigated new techniques and tools for requirements analysis for virtual environments. Results were published in Interacting With Computers.

SERPS: Principal investigator bi-lateral ‘SERPS’ project with Marconi Naval Systems (1999): total value £50 000, total value to City £7,000. The project piloted scenario-based requirements techniques for naval systems

Publications

  1. Maiden, N., D'Souza, S., Jones, S., Müller, L., Pannese, L., Pitts, K., Prilla, M., Pudney, K., Rose, M., Turner, I. and Zachos, K. (2013). Computing technologies for reflective, creative care of people with dementia. Communications of the ACM, 56(11), pp. 60–67. doi:10.1145/2500495.
  2. Hollis, B. and Maiden, N. (2013). Extending Agile Processes with Creativity Techniques. IEEE SOFTWARE, 30(5), pp. 78–84.
  3. Lockerbie, J., Maiden, N.A.M., Engmann, J., Randall, D., Jones, S. and Bush, D. (2012). Exploring the impact of software requirements on system-wide goals: a method using satisfaction arguments and i* goal modelling. Requir. Eng., 17, pp. 227–254. doi:10.1007/s00766-011-0138-8.
  4. Milne, A. and Maiden, N. (2012). Power and politics in requirements engineering: Embracing the dark side? Requirements Engineering, 17(2), pp. 83–98. doi:10.1007/s00766-012-0151-6.
  5. Milne, A. and Maiden, N. (2011). Power and politics in requirements engineering: A proposed research agenda. Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE 19th International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE 2011 pp. 187–196. doi:10.1109/RE.2011.6051646.

Book (3)

  1. Yu, E., Giorgini, P., Maiden, N. and Mylopoulos, J. (2011). Social Modeling for Requirements Engineering. Mit Pr. ISBN 978-0-262-24055-0.
  2. Alexander, I. and Maiden, N. (2004). Scenarios, stories, use cases. John Wiley & Sons Inc. ISBN 978-0-470-86194-3.
  3. Walton, P. and Maiden, N. (1993). Integrated Software Reuse: Management and Techniques. Ashgate Publishing.

Chapter (15)

  1. Lockerbie, J. and Maiden, N.A.M. (2016). Using the Bright Sparks Software Tool During Creative Design Work. In Markopoulos, P., Martens, J.-.B., Malins, J., Coninx, K. and Liapis, A. (Ed.), Collaboration in Creative Design (pp. 319–335). Springer ISBN 978-3-319-29153-6.
  2. Zachos, K., Maiden, N., Levis, S., Camargo, K. and Allemandi, G. (2015). Creativity support to improve health-and-safety in manufacturing plants: Demonstrating everyday creativity. In Maver, T. and Do, E.Y.-.L. (Ed.), C&C '15 Proceedings of the 2015 ACM SIGCHI Conference on Creativity and Cognition (pp. 225–234). NY, USA: ACM. ISBN 978-1-4503-3598-0.
  3. Rubython, A. and Maiden, N. (2014). The effect of variability modeling on requirements satisfaction for the configuration and implementation of off-the-shelf software packages.Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), 2014 IEEE 22nd International (pp. 394–401). IEEE. ISBN 978-1-4799-3033-3.
  4. Maiden, N., Jones, S., Ncube, C. and Lockerbie, J. (2011). Using i* in Requirements Projects: Some Experiences and Lessons. In Yu, E., Giorgini, P., Maiden, N. and Mylopoulos, J. (Ed.), Social Modeling for Requirements Engineering (pp. 155–185). Mit Pr. ISBN 978-0-262-24055-0.
  5. Morreale, V., Puccio, M., Maiden, N., Molina, J. and Rosines Garcia, F. (2011). The role of service orientation in future web-based food traceability system. In Hoorfar, J., Jordan, K., Butler, F. and Prugger, R. (Ed.), (pp. 3–22). WOODHEAD PUBL LTD.
  6. Di Penta, M., Bastida, L., Sillitti, A., Baresi, L., Maiden, N., Melideo, M., Tilly, M., Spanoudakis, G., Gorronogitia Cruz, J., Hutchison, J. and Ripa, G. (2009). SeCSE – Service-Centric Systems Engineering – An Overview. In Nitto, E.D., Programme, I.S.T., Sassen, A.-.M., Traverso, P. and Zwegers, A. (Ed.), At your service: Service-Oriented Computing from an EU Perspective (pp. 241–271). The MIT Press. ISBN 978-0-262-04253-6.
  7. Jones, S.V. and Maiden, N. (2005). RESCUE: An Integrated Method for Specifying Requirements for Complex Socio-Technical Systems. In Maté, J.L. and Silva, A. (Ed.), Requirements engineering for sociotechnical systems (pp. 245–265). Information Science Publishing. ISBN 978-1-59140-506-1.
  8. Maiden, N. (2004). Systematic Scenario Walkthroughs with ART-SCENE. In Alexander, I. and Maiden, N. (Ed.), Scenarios, stories, use cases (pp. 166–178). John Wiley & Sons Inc. ISBN 978-0-470-86194-3.
  9. Maiden, N. and Kim, H. (2003). SCARLET: Light-Weight Component Selection in BANKSEC. In Barbier, F. (Ed.), Business component-based software engineering (pp. 49–64). Kluwer Academic Pub. ISBN 978-1-4020-7207-9.
  10. Maiden, N., Croce, V., Kim, H., Sajeva, G. and Topuzidou, S. (2003). SCARLET: Integrated Process and Tool Support for Selecting Software Components. In Cechich, A., Piattini, M. and Vallecillo, A. (Ed.), Component-based software quality: Methods & Techniques (pp. 85–98). Springer Verlag. ISBN 978-3-540-40503-0.
  11. Krumbholz, M., Galliers, J. and Maiden, N. (2003). Implementing Enterprise Resource Packages? Consider Different Organisational and National Cultures! In Shanks, G., Seddon, P.B. and Willcocks, L. (Ed.), Second-wave enterprise resource planning systems: Implementing for Effectiveness (pp. 388–412). Cambridge Univ Pr. ISBN 978-0-521-81902-2.
  12. Ncube, C. and Maiden, N. (2001). Selecting the Right COTS Software: Why Requirements are Important. In Heineman, G.T. and Councill, W.T. (Ed.), Component-Based Software Engineering (pp. 467–478). Addison-Wesley Professional. ISBN 978-0-7686-8207-6.
  13. Maiden, N. (1993). Human Issues in Software Reuse. In Walton, P. and Maiden, N. (Ed.), Integrated Software Reuse Ashgate Publishing. ISBN 978-1-85742-146-0.
  14. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1992). Specification Reuse by Analogy. In Lyytinen, K. and Tahvanainen, V.-.P. (Ed.), Next generation CASE tools (pp. 119–131). Ios Pr Inc. ISBN 978-90-5199-076-8.
  15. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1991). The Abuse of Reuse: Why Cognitive Aspects of Software Reusability are Important. In Dusink, L. and Hall, P.A.V. (Ed.), Software Re-use, Utrecht 1989 Springer.

Conference (133)

  1. Horkoff, J. and Maiden, N. (2016). Creative leaf: A creative iSTAR modeling tool. .
  2. Burnay, C., Horkoff, J. and Maiden, N. (2016). Stimulating Stakeholders' Imagination: New Creativity Triggers for Eliciting Novel Requirements. .
  3. Maiden, N., Schubmann, M., McHugh, M., Lai, A. and Sulley, R. (2016). Evaluating the Impact of a New Interactive Digital Solution for Collecting Care Quality In-formation for Residential Homes. 30th British Human Computer Interaction Conference 11-15 July, Bournemouth.
  4. Maiden, N., Zachos, K., Lockerbie, J., Brock, G. and Traver, C. (2016). Developing and Evaluating Digital Creativity Support in Google Docs for Journalists. 30th British Human Computer Interaction Conference 11-15 July, Bournemouth.
  5. Horkoff, J., Maiden, N. and Lockerbie, J. (2015). Creativity and goal modeling for software requirements engineering. .
  6. Dalsgaard, P., Halskov, K., Mackay, W., Maiden, N. and Martens, J.B. (2015). Supporting creative design processes in blended interaction spaces. .
  7. Ferreira, M.G., Maiden, N. and Do Prado Leite, J.C.S. (2015). From unknown to known impacts of organizational changes on Socio-technical Systems. .
  8. Maiden, N., Lockerbie, J., Zachos, K., Bertolino, A., De Angelis, G. and Lonetti, F. (2014). A requirements-led approach for specifying QoS-aware service choreographies: An experience report. .
  9. Zachos, K., Maiden, N.A.M., Pitts, K., Jones, S., Turner, I., Rose, M., Pudney, K. and MacManus, J. (2013). A software app to support creativity in dementia care. .
  10. Thompson, C., Maiden, N., Nouri, M. and Zachos, K. (2013). Evoking Emotion through Stories in Creative Dementia Care. 8th International Conference on Knowledge, Information and Creativity Support Systems 7-9 November, Kracow, Poland.
  11. Pitts, K., Zachos, K. and Maiden, N. (2013). Creativity Support for Learning in the Person-Centred Care of Older People with Dementia. 1st Workshop on Fostering Creativity in Learning Processes (CCL 2013) 18 September, Paphos, Cyprus.
  12. Zachos, K., Maiden, N., Pitts, K., Jones, S., Turner, I., Rose, M., Pudney, K. and MacManus, J. (2013). A software app to support creativity in dementia care. 9th ACM Conference on Creativity & Cognition 17-20 June, Sydney, Australia.
  13. Sisarica, A., Maiden, N., Morosini, D., Panesse, L., Pudney, K. and Rose, M. (2013). Creativity Support in a Serious Game for Dementia Care. 9th ACM Conference on Creativity & Cognition 17-20 June, Sydney, Australia.
  14. Zachos, K. and Maiden, N. (2013). A Computational Model of Analogical Reasoning in Dementia Care. The Fourth International Conference on Computational Creativity 12-14 June, Sydney, Australia.
  15. Krogstie, B.R., Krogstie, J., Maiden, N.A.M., Lockerbie, J., Wessel, D. and Knipfer, K. (2012). Collaborative modelling of reflection to inform the development and evaluation of work-based learning technologies. .
  16. Zachos, K., Maiden, N.A.M., Karlsen, I.K., Jones, S., Turner, I., Rose, M., Pudney, K. and MacManus, J. (2011). Introducing creativity techniques and software apps to the care of people with dementia. .
  17. Jones, S., Poulsen, A., Maiden, N.A.M. and Zachos, K. (2011). User roles in asynchronous distributed collaborative idea generation. .
  18. Baresi, L., Cleland-Huang, J., Lockerbie, J., Maiden, N. and Pasquale, L. (2011). An introduction to the workshop on requirements for systems, services, and systems of systems. .
  19. Karlsen, K., Zachos, K., Maiden, N., Jones, S., Turner, I., Rose, M. and Pudney, K. (2011). Supporting reflection and creative thinking by carers of older people with dementia. .
  20. Nobauer, M., Seyff, N., Maiden, N. and Zachos, K. (2011). 3C: Using Service Discovery to Support Requirements Elicitation in the ERP Domain. CAiSE’2011 Conference London.
  21. Zachos, K., Maiden, N., Karlsen, K., Jones, S., Turner, I. and Rose, M. (2011). Introducing Creativity Techniques and Software Apps to the Care of People with Dementia. 8th ACM Conference on Creativity and Cognition 3-6 November, Atlanta, USA.
  22. Jones, S.V., Poulsen, A., Maiden, N. and Zachos, K. (2011). User roles in asynchronous distributed collaborative idea generation. 8th ACM conference on Creativity and cognition 3-6 November, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
  23. Maiden, N. and Milne, A. (2011). Power and Politics in Requirements Engineering: A Proposed Research Agenda. 18th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference 22-26 August, Trento Italy.
  24. Maiden, N., Jones, S., Karlsen, K., Neill, R., Zachos, K. and Milne, A. (2010). Requirements engineering as creative problem solving: A research agenda for idea finding. .
  25. Zachos, K. and Maiden, N. (2007). Discovering Services to Support Creative Thinking during Early Requirements Processes. SOC@INSIDE workshop 17 2010, Vienna.
  26. Lockerbie, J., Maiden, N., Dotan, A. and Lichtner, V. (2010). Using i* to Support a Summative Evaluation. Fourth International i* Workshop 7-8 June, Tunisia.
  27. Lichtner, V., Kooken, J.P., Kounkou, A.P., Maiden, N.A.M. and Dotan, A. (2009). An online forum as a user diary for remote workplace evaluation of a work-integrated learning system. .
  28. Karlsen, I.K., Maiden, N.A.M. and Kerne, A. (2009). Inventing Requirements with Creativity Support Tools. .
  29. Siena, A., Maiden, N., Lockerbie, J., Karlsen, K., Perini, A. and Susi, A. (2008). Exploring the effectiveness of normative i* modelling: Results from a case study on food chain traceability. .
  30. Maiden, N. and Jones, S. (2008). Provoking creative design: Making it scale. .
  31. Lockerbie, J. and Maiden, N.A.M. (2008). REDEPEND: Tool Support for i* Modelling in Large-scale Industrial Projects. .
  32. Lockerbie, J. and Maiden, N.A.M. (2008). Extending i* to Fit with the Requirements World. .
  33. Maiden, N., Siena, A., Lockerbie, J., Karlsen, K., Perini, A. and Susi, A. (2008). Exploring the Effectiveness of Normative i* Modelling: Results from a Case Study on Food Chain Traceability. CaiSE’2008 Montpellier.
  34. Zachos, K., Maiden, N.A.M. and Howells-Morris, R. (2008). Discovering Web Services to Improve Requirements Specifications: Does It Help?. .
  35. Jones, S., Lynch, P., Maiden, N. and Lindstaedt, S. (2008). Use and Influence of Creative Ideas and Requirements for a Work-Integrated Learning System. .
  36. Seyff, N., Graf, F., Grunbacher, P. and Maiden, N. (2008). In-situ Discovery of Requirements for Mobile and Context-aware Systems: How Scenario-based Approaches Can Help. 14th International Working Conference, REFSQ’2008 16-17 June, Montpellier.
  37. Schlosser, C., Jones, S. and Maiden, N. (2008). Using a Creativity Workshop to Generate Requirements for an Event Database Application. 14th International Working Conference, REFSQ’2008 16-17 June, Montpellier.
  38. Maiden, N., Ncube, C., Robertson, S. and Soc, I.E.E.E.C. (2007). Can requirements be creative? Experiences with an enhanced air space management system. .
  39. Zachos, K., Maiden, N.A.M., Zhu, X. and Jones, S. (2007). Discovering Web Services to Specify More Complete System Requirements. .
  40. Maiden, N., Lockerbie, J., Randall, D., Jones, S. and Bush, D. (2007). Using satisfaction arguments to enhance i* modelling of an air traffic management system. .
  41. Ley, T., Kump, B., Lindstaedt, S.N., Albert, D., Maiden, N.A.M. and Jones, S.V. (2006). Competence and performance in requirements engineering: Bringing learning to the workplace. .
  42. Dourdas, N., Zhu, X., Maiden, N., Jones, S. and Zachos, K. (2006). Discovering remote software services that satisfy requirements: Patterns for query reformulation. .
  43. Lockerbie, J. and Maiden, N. (2006). REDEPEND: Extending i* modelling into requirements processes. .
  44. Maiden, N., Manning, S., Robertson, S. and Greenwood, J. Integrating Creativity Workshops into Structured Requirements Processes. DIS’2004 Cambridge Mass.
  45. Dourdas, N., Zhu, X., Maiden, N., Jones, S. and Zachos, K. (2006). Discovering Remote Software Services that Satisfy Requirements: Patterns for Query Reformulation. 18th Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering CAiSE’2006 Luxembourg.
  46. Chamberlain, S., Sharp, H. and Maiden, N. (2006). Towards a framework for integrating agile development and user-centred design. .
  47. Lockerbie, J. and Maiden, N. (2006). REDEPEND: Extending i* modelling into requirements processes. .
  48. Maiden, N., Seyff, N., Gruenbacher, P., Otojare, O. and Mitteregger, K. (2006). Making mobile requirements engineering tools usable and useful. .
  49. Zachos, K., Maiden, N., Zhu, X. and Jones, S. (2006). Does service discovery enhance requirements specification? A preliminary empirical investigation. .
  50. Maiden, N., Kamdar, N. and Bush, D. (2006). Analysing i* System Models for Dependability Properties: The Uberlingen Accident. REFSQ’2006 Mini-Conference, in conjunction with CaiSE’2006 5-6 June, Luxembourg.
  51. Ncube, C. and Maiden, N. (2006). GOMOSCE: Scenario-Driven Goal Modelling for Complex Systems. REFSQ’2006 Mini-Conference, in conjunction with CaiSE’2006 5-6 June, Luxembourg.
  52. Zachos, K., Zhu, X., Maiden, N. and Jones, S. (2006). Seamlessly Integrating Service Discovery into UML Requirements Processes. International Workshop on Service-Oriented Software Engineering (SoSE’2006) 27-28 May, Shanghai.
  53. Jones, S., Maiden, N., Zachos, K. and Zhu, X. (2005). How service-centric systems change the requirements process. .
  54. Ralyte, J., Maiden, N., Rolland, C. and Deneckere, R. (2005). Applying modular method engineering to validate and extend the RESCUE requirements process. .
  55. Maiden, N., Robertson, S. and acm, (2005). Developing use cases and scenarios in the requirements process. .
  56. Zisman, A., Jones, S., Kozlenkov, A., Mahbub, K., Maiden, N., Spanoudakis, G., Zachos, K. and Zhu, X. (2005). Service Discovery for Service Centric Systems. eChallenges 2005 19-21 October, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  57. Zhu, H., Maiden, N., Jones, S.V. and Zachos, K. (2005). Applying Patterns in Service Discovery. SOCCER (Service-Oriented Computing: Consequences for Engineering Requirements) Workshop, at RE’05 Conference 30 August, Paris.
  58. Maiden, N. and Robertson, S. (2005). Integrating creativity into requirements processes: experiences with an air traffic management system. 13th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering 29 2005 – 2 2005, La Sorbonne, France.
  59. Wieringa, R., Maiden, N., Mead, N. and Rolland, C. (2005). A Classification of Requirements Engineering Papers: Are We Researching or Designing Requirements Engineering Techniques? Third International Workshop on Comparative Evaluation in Requirements Engineering (CERE'05) 29-30 August, Paris.
  60. Alexander, I., Robertson, S. and Maiden, N. (2005). What Influences the Requirements Process in Industry: A Report on Industrial Practice. 13th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering 29 2005 – 2 2005, Paris.
  61. Maiden, N. and Robertson, S. (2005). Integrated Creativity into Requirements Processes: Experiences with an Air Traffic Management System. 13th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering 29 2005 – 2 2005.
  62. Jones, S.V., Maiden, N., Zachos, K. and Zhu, X. (2005). How Service-Centric Systems Change the Requirements Process. REFSQ’2005 Workshop, in conjunction with CaiSE’2005 13-14 June, Porto.
  63. Grau, G., Franch, X. and Maiden, N. (2005). A Goal-Based Round-Trip Method for System Development. REFSQ’2005 Workshop, in conjunction with CaiSE’2005 13-14 June, Porto.
  64. Maiden, N., Pang, H., Zachos, K. and Ncube, C. (2005). Do Rich Media Scenarios Support Requirements Discovery? REFSQ’2005 Workshop, in conjunction with CaiSE’2005 13-14 June, Porto.
  65. Maiden, N. and Jones, S.V. (2005). Creativity in the Design of Complex Systems. Workshop on Complexity in Design and Engineering 10-12 March, University of Glasgow.
  66. Zachos, K. and Maiden, N. (2004). ART-SCENE: Enhancing scenario walkthroughs with multi-media scenarios. .
  67. Maiden, N.A.M., Jones, S.V., Manning, S., Greenwood, J. and Renou, L. (2004). Model-driven requirements engineering: synchronising models in an air traffic management case study. .
  68. Sai, V., Franch, X., Maiden, N. and , (2004). Driving component selection through actor-oriented models and use cases. .
  69. Maiden, N., Seyff, N., Grunbacher, P. and society, I.C. (2004). The mobile scenario presenter: Integrating contextual inquiry and structured walkthroughs. .
  70. Zachos, K. and Maiden, N. (2004). ART-SCENE: Enhancing Scenario Walkthroughs with Multi-Media Scenarios. 12th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering 6-10 September, Kyoto.
  71. Maiden, N. and Jones, S. (2004). Dependability in RESCUE: A Concurrent Engineering Approach to the Specification of Requirements for Air Traffic Management. Workshop on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Achieving and Analysing System Dependability, DSN’2004 29 June, Florence.
  72. Maiden, N., Manning, S., Jones, S. and Greenwood, J. (2004). Towards Pattern-Based Generation of Requirements from Systems Models. REFSQ’2004 Workshop, in conjunction with CaiSE’2004 7-8 June, Riga.
  73. Maiden, N., Jones, S.V., Manning, S. and Greenwood, J. (2004). Model-Driven Requirements Engineering: Synchronising Models in an Air Traffic Management Case Study. Proceedings CaiSE’2004 7-11 June, Riga.
  74. Maiden, N. and Ncube, C. (2004). Selecting Anti-Virus Software. International Workshop on Models and Processes for the Evaluation of COTS Components, ICSE’2004 24-25 May, Edinburgh.
  75. Jones, S., Maiden, N., Manning, S. and Greenwood, J. (2004). Activity Modelling in the Specification of Operational Requirements: Work in Progress. Bridging the Gaps II: Bridging the Gaps Between Software Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction’, ICSE’2004 Workshop 24-25 May, Endinbrugh.
  76. Maiden, N., Jones, S., Flynn, M., SOCIETY, I.C. and SOCIETY, I.C. (2003). Integrating RE methods to support use case based requirements specification. .
  77. Mavin, A. and Maiden, N. (2003). Determining Socio-Technical Systems Requirements: Experiences with Generating and Walking Through Scenarios. 11th International Conference on Requirements Engineering 8-12 September, California.
  78. Maiden, N., Jones, S.V. and Flynn, M. (2003). Innovative Requirements Engineering Applied to ATM. 5th US/Europe Air Traffic Management R&D Seminar 23-27 June, Budapest.
  79. Maiden, N. and Pennell, L. (2003). Creating Requirements – Techniques and Experiences in the Policing Domain. Ninth edition of the International Workshop on Requirements Engineering: Foundations of Software Quality (REFSQ’2003) 16-17 June, Velden.
  80. Maiden, N., Pavan, P. and Zhu, X. (2003). Towards a Systems Engineering Pattern Language: Applying i* to Model Requirements-Architecture Patterns. 2nd International Software Requirements and Architectures Workshop 9 May, Portland.
  81. Zhu, X., Maiden, N. and Pavan, P. (2003). Scenarios: Bringing Requirements and Architectures Together. 2nd International Workshop on Scenarios and State Machines: Models, Algorithms, and Tools (SCESM’2003) 3 May, Portland.
  82. Franch, X. and Maiden, N. (2003). Modelling Component Dependencies to Inform their Selection. 2nd International Conference on COTS-Based Software Systems 10-13 February, Ottawa.
  83. Boutin, M., Pavan P, and Maiden, N. (2002). Composing Scenarios: Painting a Picture with the Scenario Palette. 8th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ’2002 Workshop) 9-10 September, Essen.
  84. Maiden, N., Pavan, P., Gizikis, A., Clause, O., Kim, H. and Zhu, X. (2002). Making Decisions with Requirements: Integrating i* Goal Modelling and the AHP. 8th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ’2002 Workshop) 9-10 September, Essen.
  85. Maiden, N., Kim, H. and Ncube, C. (2002). Rethinking Process Guidance for Software Component Selection. 1st International Conference on COTS-Based Software Systems 4-9 February, Florida.
  86. Krumbholz, M. and Maiden, N. (2001). The implementation of enterprise resource planning packages in different organisational and national cultures. .
  87. Maiden, N. and Corrall, D. (2000). Scenario-Driven Systems Engineering. IEE Informatics Division Seminar 'Scenarios through the Life Cycle' 7 December, London.
  88. Ncube, C. and Maiden, N. (2000). COTS Software Selection: The Need to make Tradeoffs between System Requirements, Architectures and Components. Workshop on COTS software components, ICSE’2000 4-5 June, Limerick.
  89. Deol Kaur, K., Sutcliffe, A.G. and Maiden, N. (1999). A Design Advice Tool Presenting Usability Guidance for Virtual Environments. Workshop on User Centred Design and Implementation of Virtual Environments 30 September, University of York.
  90. Maiden, N., Rugg, G. and Patel, P. (1999). Guidelines for Better Scenarios: Supporting Theories and Evidence. 10th International Conference and Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications REP(DEXA)99 30 1999 – 3 1999, Florence.
  91. Kaur, K., Sutcliffe, A.G. and Maiden, N. (1999). Towards a Better Understanding of Usability Problems with Virtual Environments. INTERACT99 conference on Human-Computer Interaction 30 1999 – 3 1999, Edinburgh.
  92. Ben Achour, C., Rolland, C., Maiden, N. and Souveyet, C. (1999). Natural Language Studies on Use Case Authoring. 4th IEEE Symposium on Requirements Engineering, IEEE Computer Society Press 7-11 June, Limerick.
  93. Maiden, N., James, L. and Ncube, C. (1999). Evaluating Large COTS Software Packages: Why Requirements and Use Cases are Important. International Workshop on COTS Systems Development’, held at IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) 21 May, Los Angeles.
  94. Maiden, N. and Ncube, C. (1999). PORE: Procurement-Oriented Requirements Engineering Method for the Component-Based Systems Engineering Development Paradigm. International Workshop on Component-Based Software Engineering, held at IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) 17-18 May, Los Angeles.
  95. Plihon, V., Ralyte, J., Benjamen, A., Maiden, N., Sutcliffe, A.G., Dubois, E. and Heymans, P. (1998). A Reuse-Oriented Approach for the Construction of Scenario-Based Methods. 5th International Conference on Software Processes ICPS98 Illinois.
  96. Maiden, N., Kaur, K. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1998). Usability requirements for virtual environments. Human-Computer Interaction 98 conference 1-9 September, Sheffield.
  97. Maiden, N. and Ncube, C. (1998). PORE: An Approach for Component-Based Information Systems Engineering. CBISE98 Workshop, CAiSE98 8-9 June, Pisa.
  98. Maiden, N., Cisse, M., Perez, H. and Manuel, D. (1998). CREWS Validation Frames: Patterns for Validating System Requirements. REFSQ98 Workshop, CAiSE98 8-9 June, Pisa.
  99. Sutcliffe, A.G., Maiden, N. and Bright, B.P. (1997). An Evaluation Framework for Representations in Requirements Engineering. International Workshop on Representations in Interactive Software Development 2-4 July, London.
  100. Ncube, C. and Maiden, N. (1997). Procuring Software Systems: Current Problems and Solutions. 3rd Intl Workshop on Requirements Engineering - Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ97), CAiSE97 16-17 June, Barcelona.
  101. Maiden, N., Minocha, S., Ryan, M., Hutchings, K. and Manning, K. (1997). A Cooperative Scenario-Based Approach to Acquisition and Validation of System Requirements: How Exceptions can Help! Workshop on Errors in Systems Development 20-22 March, University of Glasgow.
  102. Maiden, N. (1996). The Transfer Problem in Analogical Reuse. European Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning 14-16 November, Lausanne.
  103. Bright, B.P. and Maiden, N. (1996). Artefacts and Models for Requirements Engineering Meetings. 8th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics (ECCE-8) 10-13 September, Granada.
  104. Grosz, G., Rolland, C. and Maiden, N. (1996). Modeling Domain Knowledge for Requirements Engineering: A Process View. IFIP Joint 8.1/13.2 Conference on Domain Knowledge for Interactive System Design 8-10 May, Geneva.
  105. Maiden, N. (1996). Acquiring Requirements: A Domain-Specific Approach. IFIP Joint 8.1/13.2 Conference on Domain Knowledge for Interactive System Design 8-10 May, Geneva.
  106. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1996). Computational Mechanisms for Parallel Problem Decomposition During Requirements Engineering. 8th International Workshop on Software Specification and Design 22-23 March, Schloss Velen.
  107. Kaur, K., Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1996). A Study of the Design of Virtual Environments in Practice. Virtual Reality World 96, IDG Conference Seminars 13-15 February, Stuttgart.
  108. MAIDEN, N.A.M., ASSENOVA, P., CONSTANTOPOULOS, P., JARKE, M., JOHANNESON, P., NISSEN, H.W., SPANOUDAKIS, G. and SUTCLIFFE, A.G. (1995). Computational mechanisms for distributed requirements engineering. 7th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering 22-24 June, ROCKVILLE, MD.
  109. Maiden, N., Assenova, P., Constantopoulos, P., Jarke, M., Johanneson, P., Nissen, P., Spanoudakis, G. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1995). Computational Mechanisms for Distributed Requirements Engineering. 7th International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, Knowledge Systems Institute 22-24 June, Maryland.
  110. Maiden, N., Mistry, P. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1995). How People Categorise Requirements for Reuse: a Natural Approach. 2nd IEEE Symposium on Requirements Engineering 27-29 March, York.
  111. Maiden, N. and Rugg, G. (1994). Knowledge Acquisition Techniques for Requirements Engineering. Workshop on Requirements Elicitation for System Specification 12-14 July, Keele.
  112. Pohl, K., Assenova, P., Doemges, R., Johannesson, P., Maiden, N., Plihon, V., Schmitt, J.R. and Spanoudakis, G. (1994). Applying AI Techniques to Requirements Engineering: the Nature Prototype. AI/SE Workshop, 16th International Software Engineering Conference 16-21 May, Sorrento.
  113. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1994). Computational Mechanisms for Reuse of Domain Knowledge during Requirements Engineering. AI/SE Workshop, 16th International Software Engineering Conference 16-21 May, Sorrento.
  114. Sutcliffe, A.G. and Maiden, N. (1993). Bridging the Requirements Gap: Policies, Goals and Domains. 7th International Workshop on System Specification and Design .
  115. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1993). Requirements Engineering by Example: An Empirical Study. IEEE Symposium on Requirements Engineering (RE'93) San Diego.
  116. Maiden, N. (1993). Case-Based Reasoning for Complex Design Tasks. Proceedings of 1st European Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning 1-5 November, Kaiserslautern.
  117. Maiden, N. (1993). Case-Based Reasoning for Complex Design Tasks. 1st European Workshop on Case-Based Reasoning 1-5 November, Kaiserslautern.
  118. Jarke, M., Pohl, K., Jacobs, S., Bubenko, J., Assenova, P., Holm, P., Wangler, P., Rolland, C., Plihon, V., Schmitt, J., Sutcliffe, A.G., Jones, S., Maiden, N., Till, D., Vassilou, Y., Constantopoulos, P. and Spanoudakis, G. (1993). Requirements Engineering: an Integrated View of Representation, Process and Domain. 4th European Software Engineering Conference 13-17 September, Garmesh-Partenkirchen.
  119. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1993). People-Oriented Software Reuse: the Very Thought. 2nd International Workshop on Software Reusability 24-26 March, Lucca.
  120. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1992). Domain Abstractions in Requirements Engineering: an Exemplar Approach? 7th Knowledge-Based Software Engineering Conference Virginia.
  121. SUTCLIFFE, A. and MAIDEN, N. (1992). SUPPORTING COMPONENT MATCHING FOR SOFTWARE REUSE. .
  122. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1991). Interactive Tool Support for Specification Reuse by Analogy. Proceedings of AAAI-91 workshop-'Automating Software Design: Interactive Design .
  123. SUTCLIFFE, A. and MAIDEN, N. (1991). ANALOGICAL SOFTWARE REUSE - EMPIRICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF ANALOGY-BASED REUSE AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING PRACTICES. .
  124. Maiden, N. (1991). Human Issues in Software Reuse. Integrated Software Development with Reuse Seminar 3-4 December, Heathrow.
  125. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1991). Reuse of Analogous Specifications During Requirements Analysis. 6th Intl Workshop System Specification & Design 25-26 October, Como.
  126. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1991). Analogical Matching for Specification Retrieval. 6th Annual Knowledge-Based Software Engineering Conference 22-25 September, New York.
  127. Sutcliffe, A.G. and Maiden, N. (1990). How Specification Reuse can Support Requirements Analysis. Software Engineering'90 .
  128. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1990). Exploiting Reusable Specifications Through Analogy. 4th Intl. Workshop on CASE 5-8 December, California.
  129. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1990). Cognitive Studies in Software Engineering. 5th European Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics (ECCE-5) 3-6 September, Urbino.
  130. Sutcliffe, A.G. and Maiden, N. (1990). Software Reusability: Delivering Productivity Gains or Short Cuts. Human Computer Interaction: Proceedings of INTERACT'90, IFIP TC13 Third Interantional Conference on Human-Computer Interaction 27-31 August, Cambridge.
  131. Sutcliffe, A.G. and Maiden, N. (1990). Analysing the Analyst: Requirements for the Next Generation of CASE Tools. Workshop on The Next Generation of CASE Tools 9-10 April, Noordwijkerhout.
  132. Sutcliffe, A.G. and Maiden, N. (1990). Assisting Requirements Analysis Through Specification Reuse. Workshop on The Next Generation of CASE Tools 9-10 April, Noordwijkerhout.
  133. Sutcliffe, A.G. and Maiden, N. (1989). Analogy in the Reuse of Structured Specifications in a CASE Environment. 3rd International Workshop on CASE 17-21 July, Imperial College.

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  1. Reynolds, L., Davies, J., Mann, B., Tulloch, S., Nidsjo, A., Hodge, P., Maiden, N. and Simpson, A. (2016). StreetWise: developing a serious game to support forensic mental health service users’ preparation for discharge: a feasibility study. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, Early View . doi:10.1111/jpm.12340View.
  2. Apostolou, D., Zachos, K., Maiden, N., Agell, N., Sánchez-Hernandez, G., Taramigkou, M., Star, K. and Wippoo, M. (2016). Facilitating Creativity in Collaborative Work with Computational Intelligence Software. IEEE Computational Intelligence Magazine, 11(2), pp. 29–40. doi:10.1109/MCI.2016.2532266.
  3. Pitts, K., Pudney, K., Zachos, K., Maiden, N., Krogstie, B., Jones, S., Rose, M., MacManus, J. and Turner, I. (2015). Using mobile devices and apps to support reflective learning about older people with dementia. Behaviour and Information Technology . doi:10.1080/0144929X.2015.1015165.
  4. Hodge, P., Davis, J., Maiden, N., Mann, B., Nidsjo, A., Simpson, A. and Reynolds, L. (2015). StreetWise: A valid ecology for a serious game in a secure forensic mental health setting. Procedia Computer Science, 63, pp. 252–259. doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.08.341.
  5. Pitts, K., Pudney, K., Zachos, K., Maiden, N., Krogstie, B., Jones, S., Rose, M., Macmanus, J. and Turner, I. (2015). Using mobile devices and apps to support reflective learning about older people with dementia. Behaviour and Information Technology, 34(6), pp. 613–631. doi:10.1080/0144929X.2015.1015165.
  6. Horkoff, J. and Maiden, N. (2015). Supporting creative RE with i∗. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 1402, pp. 37–42.
  7. Horkoff, J. and Maiden, N. (2015). Creativity and conceptual modeling for requirements engineering. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 1342, pp. 62–68.
  8. Dybå, T., Maiden, N. and Glass, R. (2014). The reflective software engineer: Reflective practice. IEEE Software, 31(4), pp. 32–36. doi:10.1109/MS.2014.97.
  9. Zachos, K., Maiden, N., Pitts, K., Jones, S., Turner, I., Rose, M., Pudney, K. and MacManus, J. (2013). Digital creativity in dementia care support. International Journal of Creative Computing, 1(1), pp. 35–35. doi:10.1504/IJCRC.2013.056924.
  10. Sisarica, A. and Maiden, N. (2013). An Emerging Model of Creative Game-based Learning. Serious Games Development and Applications, 8101, pp. 254–259. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40790-1_25.
  11. Maiden, N. (2013). REQUIREMENTS So, What Is Requirements Work? IEEE SOFTWARE, 30(2), pp. 14–15.
  12. Maiden, N. (2013). REQUIREMENTS Monitoring Our Requirements. IEEE SOFTWARE, 30(1), pp. 16–17.
  13. Maiden, N., D'Souza, S., Jones, S., Müller, L., Pannese, L., Pitts, K., Prilla, M., Pudney, K., Rose, M., Turner, I. and Zachos, K. (2013). Computing technologies for reflective, creative care of people with dementia. Communications of the ACM, 56(11), pp. 60–67. doi:10.1145/2500495.
  14. Alrajeh, D., Russo, A., Lockerbie, J., Maiden, N., Mavin, A. and Novak, M. (2013). Computational alignment of goals and scenarios for complex systems. Proceedings - International Conference on Software Engineering pp. 1249–1252. doi:10.1109/ICSE.2013.6606690.
  15. Hollis, B. and Maiden, N. (2013). Extending Agile Processes with Creativity Techniques. IEEE SOFTWARE, 30(5), pp. 78–84.
  16. Maiden, N. and Hollis, B. (2013). Creativity on a shoestring - Concept generating in agile development. EICS 2013 - Proceedings of the ACM SIGCHI Symposium on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems pp. 333–334. doi:10.1145/2480296.2483225.
  17. Maiden, N. (2013). So, what is requirements work? IEEE Software, 30(2), pp. 14–15. doi:10.1109/MS.2013.35.
  18. Maiden, N. (2013). Monitoring our requirements. IEEE Software, 30(1), pp. 16–17. doi:10.1109/MS.2013.10.
  19. Maiden, N. (2013). Future directions of the RE conference and its community. 2013 21st IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE 2013 - Proceedings pp. 347–348. doi:10.1109/RE.2013.6636748.
  20. Milne, A. and Maiden, N. (2012). Power and politics in requirements engineering: embracing the dark side? Requirements Engineering pp. 1–16.
  21. Lockerbie, J., Maiden, N.A.M., Engmann, J., Randall, D., Jones, S. and Bush, D. (2012). Exploring the impact of software requirements on system-wide goals: a method using satisfaction arguments and i* goal modelling. Requir. Eng., 17, pp. 227–254. doi:10.1007/s00766-011-0138-8.
  22. Maiden, N. (2012). REQUIREMENTS Cherishing Ambiguity. IEEE SOFTWARE, 29(6), pp. 16–17.
  23. Maiden, N. (2012). Spocks and Kirks in the Requirements Universe. IEEE SOFTWARE, 29(4), pp. 84–85.
  24. Maiden, N. (2012). REQUIREMENTS Framing Requirements Work as Learning. IEEE SOFTWARE, 29(3), pp. 8–9.
  25. Wild, P.J., van Dijk, G. and Maiden, N. (2012). New opportunities for services and human-computer interaction. BEHAVIOUR & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, 31(3), pp. 205–208. doi:10.1080/0144929X.2012.663650.
  26. Maiden, N. (2012). Exactly How Are Requirements Written? IEEE SOFTWARE, 29(1), pp. 26–27.
  27. Maiden, N. (2012). Cherishing ambiguity. IEEE Software, 29(6), pp. 16–17. doi:10.1109/MS.2012.152.
  28. Maiden, N. (2012). Politics are inescapable. IEEE Software, 29(5), pp. 88–90. doi:10.1109/MS.2012.120.
  29. Milne, A. and Maiden, N. (2012). Power and politics in requirements engineering: Embracing the dark side? Requirements Engineering, 17(2), pp. 83–98. doi:10.1007/s00766-012-0151-6.
  30. Maiden, N. (2012). Framing requirements work as learning. IEEE Software, 29(3), pp. 8–9. doi:10.1109/MS.2012.59.
  31. Lockerbie, J., Maiden, N.A.M., Engmann, J., Randall, D., Jones, S. and Bush, D. (2011). Exploring the impact of software requirements on system-wide goals: a method using satisfaction arguments and i* goal modelling. Requirements Engineering pp. 1–28.
  32. Maiden, N. (2011). REQUIREMENTS The Inhibited Analyst. IEEE SOFTWARE, 28(6), pp. 100–102. doi:10.1109/MS.2011.149.
  33. Maiden, N. (2011). REQUIREMENTS What Time Is It, Eccles? IEEE SOFTWARE, 28(4), pp. 84–85.
  34. Maiden, N. (2011). REQUIREMENTS Requirements and Aesthetics. IEEE SOFTWARE, 28(3), pp. 20–21.
  35. Wever, A. and Maiden, N. (2011). REQUIREMENTS Requirements Analysis: The Next Generation. IEEE SOFTWARE, 28(2), pp. 22–23.
  36. Milne, A. and Maiden, N. (2011). Power and politics in requirements engineering: A proposed research agenda. Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE 19th International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE 2011 pp. 187–196. doi:10.1109/RE.2011.6051646.
  37. Wever, A. and Maiden, N. (2011). What are the day-to-day factors that are preventing business analysts from effective business analysis? Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE 19th International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE 2011 pp. 293–298. doi:10.1109/RE.2011.6051624.
  38. Maiden, N. (2011). Requirements and aesthetics. IEEE Software, 28(3), pp. 20–21. doi:10.1109/MS.2011.60.
  39. Maiden, N. (2011). Delivering requirements research into practice: A keynote to the refsq'2011 conference. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 6606 LNCS, pp. 1–3. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-19858-8_1.
  40. Maiden, N. and Jones, S. (2010). Requirements Agile Requirements-Can We Have Our Cake and Eat It Too? IEEE SOFTWARE, 27(3), pp. 87–88.
  41. Maiden, N. (2010). requirements Service Design: It's All in the Brand. IEEE SOFTWARE, 27(5), pp. 18–19.
  42. Sutherland, M. and Maiden, N. (2010). requirements Storyboarding Requirements. IEEE SOFTWARE, 27(6), pp. 9–11. doi:10.1109/MS.2010.147.
  43. Lockerbie, J., Bush, D., Maiden, N., Blom, H. and Everdij, M. (2010). Using i* modelling as a bridge between air traffic management operational concepts and agent-based simulation analysis. Proceedings of the 2010 18th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE2010 pp. 351–356. doi:10.1109/RE.2010.50.
  44. Mahaux, M., Heymans, P. and Maiden, N. (2010). Making it all up: Getting in on the act to improvise creative requirements. Proceedings of the 2010 18th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE2010 pp. 375–376. doi:10.1109/RE.2010.68.
  45. Seyff, N., Graf, F. and Maiden, N. (2010). Using mobile RE tools to give end-users their own voice. Proceedings of the 2010 18th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE2010 pp. 37–46. doi:10.1109/RE.2010.15.
  46. Ryan, K., Maiden, N. and Glinz, M. (2010). "If you want innovative RE, never ask the users": A formal debate. Proceedings of the 2010 18th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE2010 p. 388. doi:10.1109/RE.2010.67.
  47. Sutherland, M. and Maiden, N. (2010). Storyboarding requirements. IEEE Software, 27(6), pp. 9–11. doi:10.1109/MS.2010.147.
  48. Maiden, N. (2010). Service design: It's all in the brand. IEEE Software, 27(5), pp. 18–19. doi:10.1109/MS.2010.124.
  49. Seyff, N., Graf, F. and Maiden, N. (2010). End-user requirements blogging with iRequire. Proceedings - International Conference on Software Engineering, 2, pp. 285–288. doi:10.1145/1810295.1810355.
  50. Maiden, N. and Jones, S. (2010). Agile Requirements Can We Have Our Cake and Eat It Too? IEEE Software, 27(3), pp. 87–88. doi:10.1109/MS.2010.67.
  51. Maiden, N. (2010). Trust me, i'm an analyst. IEEE Software, 27(1), pp. 46–47. doi:10.1109/MS.2010.22.
  52. Sawyer, P. and Maiden, N. (2009). requirements How to Use Web Services in Your Requirements Process. IEEE SOFTWARE, 26(1), pp. 76–78.
  53. Maiden, N. (2009). requirements Card Sorts to Acquire Requirements. IEEE SOFTWARE, 26(3), pp. 85–86.
  54. Maiden, N. (2009). Oi, analyst - You're barred! IEEE Software, 26(6), pp. 13–14. doi:10.1109/MS.2009.181.
  55. Ley, T., Kump, B., Maas, A., Maiden, N. and Albert, D. (2009). Evaluating the adaptation of a learning system before the prototype is ready: A paper-based lab study. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 5535 LNCS, pp. 331–336. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02247-0_32.
  56. Dotan, A., Maiden, N., Lichtner, V. and Germanovich, L. (2009). Designing with only four people in mind? - A case study of using personas to redesign a work-integrated learning support system. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 5727 LNCS(PART 2), pp. 497–509. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03658-3_54.
  57. Maiden, N. (2009). Where are we? Handling context. IEEE Software, 26(5), pp. 75–76. doi:10.1109/MS.2009.146.
  58. Seyff, N., Graf, F., Maiden, N. and Grünbacher, P. (2009). Scenarios in the wild: Experiences with a contextual requirements discovery method. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 5512 LNCS, pp. 147–161. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-02050-6_13.
  59. Maiden, N. (2009). Card sorts to acquire requirements. IEEE Software, 26(3), pp. 85–86. doi:10.1109/MS.2009.59.
  60. Seyff, N., Maiden, N., Karlsen, K., Lockerbie, J., Grünbacher, P., Graf, F. and Ncube, C. (2009). Exploring how to use scenarios to discover requirements. Requirements Engineering, 14(2), pp. 91–111. doi:10.1007/s00766-009-0077-9.
  61. Sawyer, P. and Maiden, N. (2009). How to use Web services in your requirements process. IEEE Software, 26(1), pp. 76–78. doi:10.1109/MS.2009.11.
  62. Maiden, N. (2008). PRiM: an i*-based Process Reengineering Method for Information Systems Specification. Information & Software Technology, 50(1-2), pp. 76–100.
  63. Mahaux, M. and Maiden, N. (2008). Requirements - Theater improvisers know the requirements game. IEEE SOFTWARE, 25(5), pp. 68–69. doi:10.1109/MS.2008.128.
  64. Maiden, N. (2008). User requirements and system requirements. IEEE SOFTWARE, 25(2), pp. 90–91. doi:10.1109/MS.2008.54.
  65. Maiden, N. (2008). Requirements 25 years on. IEEE Software, 25(6), pp. 26–28. doi:10.1109/MS.2008.157.
  66. Mavin, A., Novak, M., Wilkinson, P., Maiden, N. and Lynch, P. (2008). Using scenarios to discover requirements for engine control systems. Proceedings of the 16th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE'08 pp. 235–240. doi:10.1109/RE.2008.41.
  67. Baresi, L., Maiden, N. and Sawyer, P. (2008). Service-centric systems and requirements engineering. Proceedings of the 16th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE'08 p. 305. doi:10.1109/RE.2008.60.
  68. Seyff, N., Graf, F., Grünbacher, P. and Maiden, N. (2008). Mobile discovery of requirements for context-aware systems. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 5025 LNCS, pp. 183–197. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-69062-7_18.
  69. Maiden, N., Ncube, C. and Lockerbie, J. (2008). Inventing requirements: Experiences with an airport operations system. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 5025 LNCS, pp. 58–72. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-69062-7_6.
  70. Zachos, K. and Maiden, N. (2008). Inventing Requirements from Software: An Empirical Investigation with Web Services. Proceedings of the 16th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference pp. 145–154. doi:10.1109/RE.2008.39.
  71. Maiden, N. (2007). My requirements? Well, that depends. IEEE SOFTWARE, 24(1), pp. 86–87. doi:10.1109/MS.2007.22.
  72. Seyff, N., Graf, F., Grünbacher, P. and Maiden, N. (2007). The mobile scenario presenter: A tool for in situ requirements discovery with scenarios. Proceedings - 15th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE 2007 pp. 365–366. doi:10.1109/RE.2007.61.
  73. Jones, S., Maiden, N.A.M., Manning, S. and Greenwood, J. (2007). Informing the specification of a large-scale socio-technical system with models of human activity. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 4542 LNCS, pp. 175–189.
  74. Maiden, N., Ncube, C., Kamali, S., Seyff, N. and Grünbacher, P. (2007). Exploring scenario forms and ways of use to discover requirements on airports that minimize environmental impact. Proceedings - 15th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, RE 2007 pp. 29–38. doi:10.1109/RE.2007.30.
  75. Ncube, C., Lockerbie, J. and Maiden, N. (2007). Automatically generating requirements from i* models: Experiences with a complex airport operations system. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 4542 LNCS, pp. 33–47.
  76. Maiden, N. (2007). Screenwriting for Requirements Engineers. IEEE Software, 24(4), pp. 26–27. doi:10.1109/MS.2007.117.
  77. Maiden, N., Otojare, O., Seyff, N., Grn̈bacher, P. and Mitteregger, K. (2007). Determining stakeholder needs in the workplace: How mobile technologies can help. IEEE Software, 24(2), pp. 46–52. doi:10.1109/MS.2007.40.
  78. Seyff, N., Grunbacher, P. and Maiden, N. (2006). Take your mobile device out from behind the requirements desk. IEEE SOFTWARE, 23(4), pp. 16–18. doi:10.1109/MS.2006.116.
  79. Maiden, N. (2006). Servicing your requirements. IEEE SOFTWARE, 23(5), pp. 14–16. doi:10.1109/MS.2006.140.
  80. Maiden, N. (2006). Improve your requirements: Quantify them. IEEE SOFTWARE, 23(6), pp. 68–69. doi:10.1109/MS.2006.165.
  81. Rabiser, R., Seyff, N., Grünbacher, P. and Maiden, N. (2006). Capturing multimedia requirements descriptions with mobile RE tools. First International Workshop on Multimedia Requirements Enineering, MeRE'06 . doi:10.1109/MERE.2006.1.
  82. Maiden, N. (2006). The RE'04 conference. Requirements Engineering, 11(2), pp. 109–110. doi:10.1007/s00766-005-0025-2.
  83. Wieringa, R., Maiden, N., Mead, N. and Rolland, C. (2006). Requirements engineering paper classification and evaluation criteria: a proposal and a discussion. REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING, 11(1), pp. 102–107. doi:10.1007/s00766-005-0021-6.
  84. Maiden, N., Manning, S., Jones, S. and Greenwood, J. (2005). Generating Requirements from Systems Models using Patterns: A Case Study. Requirements Engineering Journal, 10(4), pp. 276–288.
  85. Maiden, N. (2005). What has requirements research ever done for us? IEEE SOFTWARE, 22(4), pp. 104–105. doi:10.1109/MS.2005.113.
  86. Zachos, K., Maiden, N.A.M. and Tosar, A. (2005). Rich-Media Scenarios for Discovering Requirements. IEEE Software, 22, pp. 89–97. doi:10.1109/MS.2005.134.
  87. Maiden, N., Robertson, S. and Ebert, C. (2005). Shake, battle, and requirements. IEEE SOFTWARE, 22(1), pp. 13–15. doi:10.1109/MS.2005.8.
  88. Pang, H., Maiden, N., Zachos, K. and Ncube, C. (2005). Do rich media scenarios support requirements discovery? REFSQ 2005 - 11th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality. In Conjunction with CAiSE 2005 pp. 152–166.
  89. Grau, G., Franch, X. and Maiden, N.A.M. (2005). A goal-based round trip method for system development. REFSQ 2005 - 11th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality. In Conjunction with CAiSE 2005 pp. 67–82.
  90. Sutcliffe, A., Gault, B. and Maiden, N. (2005). ISRE: immersive scenario-based requirements engineering with virtual prototypes. REQUIREMENTS ENGINEERING, 10(2), pp. 95–111. doi:10.1007/s00766-004-0199-0.
  91. Maiden, N., Gizikis, A. and Robertson, S. (2004). Provoking creativity: Imagine what your requirements could be like. IEEE SOFTWARE, 21(5), pp. 68–+. doi:10.1109/MS.2004.1331305.
  92. Seyff, N., Grünbacher, P., Maiden, N. and Tosar, A. (2004). Requirements engineering tools go mobile. Proceedings - International Conference on Software Engineering, 26, pp. 713–714.
  93. Maiden, N. and Krumbholz, M. (2001). The Implementation of ERP Packages in Different Organisational and National Cultures. Information Systems Journal, 26(3), pp. 185–204.
  94. Maiden, N. and Gizikis, A. (2001). Requirements - Where do requirements come from? IEEE SOFTWARE, 18(5), pp. 10–12. doi:10.1109/52.951486.
  95. Krumbholz, M., Galliers, J.R., Coulianos, N. and Maiden, N. (2000). Implementing Enterprise Resource Planning Packages in Different Corporate and National Cultures. Journal of Information Technology, 15, pp. 267–279.
  96. Rugg, G., McGeorge, P. and Maiden, N. (2000). Method fragments. EXPERT SYSTEMS, 17(5), pp. 248–257. doi:10.1111/1468-0394.00147.
  97. Maiden, N., Minocha, S., Sutcliffe, A., Manuel, D. and Ryan, M. (1999). Co-operative scenario based approach to acquisition and validation of system requirements: how exceptions can help! Interacting with Computers, 11(6), pp. 645–664. doi:10.1016/S0953-5438(98)00048-4.
  98. Kaur, K., Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A. (1999). Interacting with virtual environments: an evaluation of a model of interaction. INTERACTING WITH COMPUTERS, 11(4), pp. 403–426. doi:10.1016/S0953-5438(98)00059-9.
  99. Ncube, C. and Maiden, N.A.M. (1999). Guiding parallel requirements acquisition and COTS software selection. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering pp. 133–140.
  100. Rolland, C., Ben Achour, C., Cauvet, C., Raylte, J., Sutcliffe, A.G., Maiden, N., Jarke, M., Haumer, P., Pohl, K., Dubois, E. and Heymans, P. (1998). A Proposal for a Scenario Classification Framework. Requirements Engineering Journal, 3, pp. 23–47.
  101. Maiden, N. (1998). SAVRE: Scenarios for Acquiring and Validating Requirements. Journal of Automated Software Engineering, 5, pp. 419–446.
  102. Maiden, N. and Hare, M. (1998). Problem Domain Categories in Requirements Engineering. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 49, pp. 281–304.
  103. Weidenhaupt, K., Pohl, K., Jarke, M., Haumer, P. and Maiden, N. (1998). Scenario Usage in Systems Development: A Report on Current Practice. IEEE Software, 15(2), pp. 34–45.
  104. Maiden, N., Sutcliffe, A.G., Minocha, S. and Manuel, D. (1998). Supporting Scenario-Based Requirements Engineering. IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, 24(12), pp. 1072–1088.
  105. Maiden, N. and Ncube, C. (1998). Acquiring Requirements for Commercial Off-The-Shelf Package Selection. IEEE Software, 15(2), pp. 46–56.
  106. Sutcliffe, A. and Maiden, N. (1998). The domain theory for requirements engineering. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, 24(3), pp. 174–196. doi:10.1109/32.667878.
  107. Maiden, N.A.M. and Ncube, C. (1998). Acquiring COTS software selection requirements. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering p. 241.
  108. Maiden, N.A.M., Minocha, S., Manning, K. and Ryan, M. (1998). CREWS-SAVRE: Systematic scenario generation and use. Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering pp. 148–155.
  109. Maiden, N., Ncube, C. and Moore, A. (1997). Acquiring Requirements for Commercial Off-The-Shelf Package Selection: Some Lessons Learned. Communications of the ACM, 40(12), pp. 21–25.
  110. Sutcliffe, A. and Maiden, N. (1996). Defining Visions in Context: Models, Processes and Tools for Requirements Engineering. Information Systems, 21(6), pp. 515–547.
  111. Maiden, N., Spanoudakis, G. and Nissen, H.W. (1996). Multi-Perspective Requirements Engineering Within NATURE. Requirements Engineering Journal, 1, pp. 157–169.
  112. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1996). Analogical Retrieval in Reuse-Oriented Requirements Engineering. Software Engineering Journal, 11(5), pp. 281–292.
  113. Maiden, N. and Rugg, G. (1996). ACRE: Selecting Methods For Requirements Acquisition. Software Engineering Journal, 11(3), pp. 183–192.
  114. Maiden, N.A.M., Spanoudakis, G. and Nissen, H.W. (1996). Multi-perspective requirements engineering within NATURE. Requirements Engineering, 1(3), pp. 157–169.
  115. Dömges, R., Jacobs, S., Jarke, M., Nissen, H.W., Pohl, K., Maiden, N., Sutcliffe, A., Taylor, C., Till, D., Constantopoulos, P., Spanoudakis, G., Vassiliou, Y., Grosz, G., Plihon, V., Rolland, C., Schmitt, J.R., Schwer, S., Si-Said, S., Souveyet, C., Bubenko, J., Gustas, R., Holm, P., Johannesson, P., Ljungberg, J. and Wangler, B. (1996). Defining visions in context: Models, processes and tools for requirements engineering. Information Systems, 21(6), pp. 515–547. doi:10.1016/0306-4379(96)00026-9.
  116. Maiden, N.A.M. and Bright, B.P. (1996). Recurrent communication patterns in requirements engineering meetings. Proceedings of the Workshop on Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises, WET ICE pp. 208–213.
  117. Maiden, N., Sutcliffe, A.G., Taylor, C.N. and Till, D. (1995). A Set of Formal Problem Abstractions For Reuse During Requirements Engineering. Ingenierie des Systemes d'Informations, 2(6), pp. 679–698.
  118. Maiden, N. (1995). Reuse-Oriented Requirements Engineering in NATURE. ACM Software Engineering Notes, 20(3), pp. 90–93.
  119. Sutcliffe, A.G. and Maiden, N.A.M. (1994). Domain modeling for reuse. Software Reuse: Advances in Software Reusability - International Conference pp. 169–177.
  120. Maiden, N.A.M. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1994). Requirements critiquing using domain abstractions. Proceedings of the International Conference on Requirements Engineering pp. 184–193.
  121. Sutcliffe, A.G. and Maiden, N.A.M. (1993). Use of domain knowledge for requirements validation. IFIP Transactions A: Computer Science and Technology, (A-30), pp. 99–115.
  122. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1992). Analogously-Based Reusability. Behaviour & Information Technology, 11(2), pp. 79–98.
  123. Sutcliffe, A.G. and Maiden, N. (1992). Analysing the Novice Analyst: Cognitive Models in Software Engineering. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies, 36, pp. 719–740.
  124. MAIDEN, N. and SUTCLIFFE, A. (1992). ANALOGOUSLY BASED REUSABILITY. BEHAVIOUR & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, 11(2), pp. 79–98.
  125. SUTCLIFFE, A. and MAIDEN, N. (1992). SUPPORTING COMPONENT MATCHING FOR SOFTWARE REUSE. LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE, 593, pp. 290–303.
  126. Maiden, N. and Sutcliffe, A.G. (1992). Exploiting Reusable Specifications Through Analogy. Communications of the ACM, 34(5), pp. 55–64.
  127. Maiden, N. (1991). Saving Reuse from the Noose: Reuse of Analogous Specifications Through Human Involvement in the Reuse Process. Information & Software Technology, 33(10), pp. 780–790.
  128. MAIDEN, N. (1991). ANALOGY AS A PARADIGM FOR SPECIFICATION REUSE. SOFTWARE ENGINEERING JOURNAL, 6(1), pp. 3–16.
  129. Zachos, K., Kounkou, A. and Maiden, N.A.M. Exploiting Codified User Task Knowledge to Discover Services at Design-Time. International Journal of Systems and Service-Oriented Engineering, 3(2), pp. 30–66. doi:10.4018/jssoe.2012040103.

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