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Michael Jackson's Papers

I have a lot of time for the software development guru Michael Jackson: he has thought deeply about important problems, and has come up with original, interesting and practical ways of solving them.  Recently, he has revamped his publications page to include on-line copies of many more of his papers.  This now provides lots of good reading on the subjects of Problem Frames, Requirements and Specification, as well as his earlier work which lead to JSP and JSD.

(If there was a competition for the coolest title for a computing science paper then Zave and Jackson's Four Dark Corners of Requirements Engineering would be my nomination.)

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