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European ReqIF Workshop & INCOSE Interview

European ReqIF Workshop & INCOSE Interview

This is just a quick announcement for an upcoming event. We’d like to let you know that a face-to-face ReqIF workshop (English) will take place on April 28, 2017. You have the chance to get all your ReqIF questions answered and to dive deep into the subject

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ReqIF.academy: A Library for ReqIF and Requirements Exchange

ReqIF.academy: A Library for ReqIF and Requirements Exchange

Some readers of this blog may already have discovered a new website that we silently launched: In September, we made ReqIF.academy available to the public. Face-to-Face ReqIF Training for German Speakers For German speaking readers, we are organizing a one-day ReqIF training on October 28 in Nuremberg,

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Consequent, the ReqIF Validator

The first exchange of requirements using the Requirements Interchange Format (ReqIF) can be frustrating: There are many tools out there, and there are still some interoperability issues.  If a tool refuses to process a ReqIF file, where lies the problem? To answer this question, we developed a

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ReqIF in the News (German)

In letzter Zeit wird wieder viel von ReqIF geredet.  Hervorheben möchten wir unter anderem die folgenden zwei Artikel: ReqIF – Standard für den automatisierten Austausch von Anforderungen – Dieser Artikel gibt einen sehr schönen Überblick über den ReqIF-Zustand, zur Abwechslung mal auf Deutsch.  Dort wird auch auf

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Why ReqIF is better than RIF

When the ReqIF standard was created, it was called RIF.  Only when the OMG took over the standard, it was renamed: Unfortunately, there was already an established standard called RIF, the W3C Rule Interchange Format. Today, both ReqIF and RIF exist and are in use.  Many tools

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Reporting for ProR – the Results

Half a year ago, we announced that a student, Said Salem, would work on creating a better reporting solution for ProR in the context of his master thesis.  The good news is: He completed his thesis and passed the exam.  The bad news: The resulting implementations did

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Formal Mind wishes you a peaceful holiday season

Another year has passed, and we would like to thank our customers and the users of our technologies for working with us. The holiday season is a good time for reflecting, and we are proud to see our motto – science for systems engineering – applied in

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ReqIF is here – what now?

The Requirements Interchange Format (ReqIF) came a long way, ever since its inception in 2004, when members of the Herstellerinitiative Software (HIS), a trade association of five major car manufacturers, decided to commission the creation of a requirements exchange format.  Step by step, the standard became more

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Using ProR for ReqIF Testing

As more and more tools in the market support ReqIF, it becomes more and more important to inspect the generated files and to perform troubleshooting.  This is currently done in a systematic fashion by the ReqIF Implementor Forum,  a project group that ensures interoperability between different ReqIF-based

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Comparing ReqIF Files with ProR Essentials Diff

We just released ProR Essentials 0.5.0, which comes with a new feature, an extension for comparing ReqIF files.  We also published ProR 0.5.0, which is required for using the new Essentials features. Installing, not upgrading A lot of refactoring happened for the new ProR release.  Therefore, unfortunately

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