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In-text: (Alsaleh and Haron, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Alsaleh, S. and Haron, H. (2016). The Most Important Functional and Non-Functional Requirements of Knowledge Sharing System at Public Academic Institutions: A Case Study. Lecture Notes on Software Engineering, 4(2), pp.157-161.
In-text: (Boonstra, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Boonstra, A. (2009). Identifying and Managing Stakeholders in Enterprise Information System Projects. International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems, 5(4), pp.1-16.
In-text: (Cysneiros, do Prado Leite and de Melo Sabat Neto, 2001)
Your Bibliography: Cysneiros, L., do Prado Leite, J. and de Melo Sabat Neto, J. (2001). A Framework for Integrating Non-Functional Requirements into Conceptual Models. Requirements Engineering, 6(2), pp.97-115.
In-text: (Information-Theoretic Methods in Data Acquisition, Analysis, and Processing, 2017)
Your Bibliography: Information-Theoretic Methods in Data Acquisition, Analysis, and Processing. (2017). IEEE Signal Processing Letters, 24(7), pp.1102-1102.
In-text: (Lavell, 2004)
Your Bibliography: Lavell, J. (2004). Business continuity plans: An overview. Journal of Investment Compliance, 5(2), pp.62-64.
In-text: (Lewis, 2005)
Your Bibliography: Lewis, S. (2005). Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plans – Things Overlooked. EDPACS, 33(1), pp.19-20.
In-text: (Li, Wang and Feng, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Li, L., Wang, X. and Feng, X. (2013). Research on Railway Information Technology System Based on IOT. Advanced Materials Research, 694-697, pp.3349-3352.
In-text: (Qing et al., 2014)
Your Bibliography: Qing, L., Rengkui, L., Jun, Z. and Quanxin, S. (2014). Quality Risk Management Model for Railway Construction Projects. Procedia Engineering, 84, pp.195-203.
In-text: (Silmon and Roberts, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Silmon, J. and Roberts, C. (2010). Using functional analysis to determine the requirements for changes to critical systems: Railway level crossing case study. Reliability Engineering & System Safety, 95(3), pp.216-225.
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