Thirteen Knights and the Seven-headed Dragon: an interdisciplinary software engineering frameworkCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • P Layzell
  • P Brereton
  • G Lewis
  • M Mannion
  • F Coallier

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Thirteen Knights and the Seven-headed Dragon: an interdisciplinary software engineering framework. / Mehandjiev, N; Layzell, P; Brereton, P; Lewis, G; Mannion, M; Coallier, F.

Software Technology and Engineering Practice, 2002. STEP 2002. Proceedings. 10th International Workshop on. 2002. p. 46-54.

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Harvard

Mehandjiev, N, Layzell, P, Brereton, P, Lewis, G, Mannion, M & Coallier, F 2002, Thirteen Knights and the Seven-headed Dragon: an interdisciplinary software engineering framework. in Software Technology and Engineering Practice, 2002. STEP 2002. Proceedings. 10th International Workshop on. pp. 46-54. https://doi.org/10.1109/STEP.2002.1267599

APA

Mehandjiev, N., Layzell, P., Brereton, P., Lewis, G., Mannion, M., & Coallier, F. (2002). Thirteen Knights and the Seven-headed Dragon: an interdisciplinary software engineering framework. In Software Technology and Engineering Practice, 2002. STEP 2002. Proceedings. 10th International Workshop on (pp. 46-54) https://doi.org/10.1109/STEP.2002.1267599

Vancouver

Mehandjiev N, Layzell P, Brereton P, Lewis G, Mannion M, Coallier F. Thirteen Knights and the Seven-headed Dragon: an interdisciplinary software engineering framework. In Software Technology and Engineering Practice, 2002. STEP 2002. Proceedings. 10th International Workshop on. 2002. p. 46-54 https://doi.org/10.1109/STEP.2002.1267599

Author

Mehandjiev, N ; Layzell, P ; Brereton, P ; Lewis, G ; Mannion, M ; Coallier, F. / Thirteen Knights and the Seven-headed Dragon: an interdisciplinary software engineering framework. Software Technology and Engineering Practice, 2002. STEP 2002. Proceedings. 10th International Workshop on. 2002. pp. 46-54

Bibtex

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