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At RE'06, two awards were given:

The Manfred Paul Award for the best paper in this conference. The Manfred Paul Award is an annual award that is given by IFIP TC 2 to outstanding researchers in software, theory and practice.
For 2006, TC 2 has decided that the Manfred Paul Award goes to the authors of the best paper of RE'06.

The Most Influential Paper Award for the most influential paper of the RE conference ten years ago, i.e. the Second IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering (ICRE'96), Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA, 1996.


Manfred Paul Award

The Manfred Paul Award was given to

Jane Cleland-Huang, Raffaella Settimi, Xuchang Zou, and Peter Solc
for their paper
"The Detection and Classification of Non-Functional Requirements with Application to Early Aspects"

Bashar Nuseibeh, the Vice Chair of IFIP TC2, presented the Manfred Paul Award to
Jane Cleand-Huang (left) and Xuchang Zou (right).
Raffaella Settimi and Peter Solc could not attend the awards ceremony.


Most Influential Paper Award Ten Years Ago

The ICRE'96 Most Influential Paper Award was given to

Annie I. Antón
for her paper
"Goal-Based Requirements Analysis"

and to Barry Boehm and Hoh In
for their paper
"Identifying Quality-Requirement Conflicts"

Martin Glinz, the RE'06 Program Chair, presented the Most Influential Paper Award to Annie Antón.
Barry Boehm and Hoh In could not attend the awards ceremony.


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