Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality

19th International Working Conference, REFSQ 2013, Essen, Germany, April 8-11, 2013. Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-642-37421-0 (Print) 978-3-642-37422-7 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. RE and Architecture

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      Software Architects’ Experiences of Quality Requirements: What We Know and What We Do Not Know?

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      A Persona-Based Approach for Exploring Architecturally Significant Requirements in Agile Projects

  3. Natural Language Requirements

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      Pages 34-49

      Using Clustering to Improve the Structure of Natural Language Requirements Documents

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      Automatic Requirement Categorization of Large Natural Language Specifications at Mercedes-Benz for Review Improvements

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      Requirement Ambiguity Not as Important as Expected — Results of an Empirical Evaluation

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      The Design of SREE — A Prototype Potential Ambiguity Finder for Requirements Specifications and Lessons Learned

  4. RE and Quality

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      Pages 96-111

      Factors Influencing User Feedback on Predicted Satisfaction with Software Systems

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      Pages 112-118

      reqT.org – Towards a Semi-Formal, Open and Scalable Requirements Modeling Tool

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      Pages 119-124

      Maps of Lessons Learnt in Requirements Engineering: A Research Preview

  5. Traceability

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      Requirements Traceability across Organizational Boundaries - A Survey and Taxonomy

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      Regulatory Requirements Traceability and Analysis Using Semi-formal Specifications

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      A Survey on Usage Scenarios for Requirements Traceability in Practice

  6. RE and Business/Goals

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      Pages 174-189

      The Emergence of Mutual and Shared Understanding in the System Development Process

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      Pages 190-205

      Highlighting Stakeholder Communities to Support Requirements Decision-Making

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      Choosing Compliance Solutions through Stakeholder Preferences

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      Pages 221-236

      Supporting Decision-Making for Self-Adaptive Systems: From Goal Models to Dynamic Decision Networks

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      Pages 237-252

      Mapping i* within UML for Business Modeling

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      Pages 253-268

      Risk Identification at the Interface between Business Case and Requirements

  7. RE and Software Development

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      Pages 269-284

      Analyzing an Industrial Strategic Release Planning Process – A Case Study at Roche Diagnostics

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      Pages 285-291

      Redefinition of the Requirements Engineer Role in Mjølner’s Software Development Process

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