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Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality

20th International Working Conference, REFSQ 2014, Essen, Germany, April 7-10, 2014, Proceedings

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Part of the book series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS, volume 8396)

Part of the book sub series: Programming and Software Engineering (LNPSE)

Conference series link(s): REFSQ: International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality

Conference proceedings info: REFSQ 2014.

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Table of contents (23 papers)

  1. Front Matter

  2. Is Requirements Engineering Useless in Game Development?

    • Jussi Kasurinen, Andrey Maglyas, Kari Smolander
    Pages 1-16
  3. Measuring and Improving the Completeness of Natural Language Requirements

    • Alessio Ferrari, Felice dell’Orletta, Giorgio Oronzo Spagnolo, Stefania Gnesi
    Pages 23-38
  4. Requirements-Driven Social Adaptation: Expert Survey

    • Malik Almaliki, Funmilade Faniyi, Rami Bahsoon, Keith Phalp, Raian Ali
    Pages 72-87
  5. A Requirements Monitoring Infrastructure for Very-Large-Scale Software Systems

    • Michael Vierhauser, Rick Rabiser, Paul Grünbacher
    Pages 88-94
  6. Digital Addiction: A Requirements Engineering Perspective

    • Amen Alrobai, Keith Phalp, Raian Ali
    Pages 112-118
  7. Feedback-Aware Requirements Documents for Smart Devices

    • Erik Kamsties, Fabian Kneer, Markus Voelter, Burkhard Igel, Bernd Kolb
    Pages 119-134
  8. Answer-Set Programming in Requirements Engineering

    • Wenbin Li, David Brown, Jane Huffman Hayes, Miroslaw Truszczynski
    Pages 168-183
  9. Improving the Understandability of Formal Specifications: An Experience Report

    • Felix Kossak, Atif Mashkoor, Verena Geist, Christa Illibauer
    Pages 184-199
  10. Problem-Based Requirements Interaction Analysis

    • Azadeh Alebrahim, Stephan Faßbender, Maritta Heisel, Rene Meis
    Pages 200-215
  11. Analyzing the Effect of the Collaborative Interactions on Performance of Requirements Validation

    • Nelly Condori-Fernandez, Sergio España, Klaas Sikkel, Maya Daneva, Arturo González
    Pages 216-231
  12. Argumentation-Based Discussion for User Forum: A Research Preview

    • Itzel Morales-Ramirez, Anna Perini
    Pages 232-238
  13. A Requirements-Led Approach for Specifying QoS-Aware Service Choreographies: An Experience Report

    • Neil Maiden, James Lockerbie, Konstantinos Zachos, Antonia Bertolino, Guglielmo De Angelis, Francesca Lonetti
    Pages 239-253
  14. Experience-Oriented Approaches for Teaching and Training Requirements Engineering: An Experience Report

    • Andrea Herrmann, Anne Hoffmann, Dieter Landes, Rüediger Weißbach
    Pages 254-267

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    20th International Working Conference, REFSQ 2014, Essen, Germany, April 7-10, 2014. Proceedings

About this book

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 20th International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality, REFSQ 2014, held in Essen, Germany, in April 2013.
The 23 papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 89 submissions. The REFSQ conference is organised as a three-day symposium with two days devoted to scientific papers presentation with a one-day industry track in-between. Both the industry and scientific presentations concern a variety of topics, which shows the liveliness of the requirements engineering domain. These topics are for instance: scalability in RE, communication issues, compliance with law and regulations, RE for self adaptive systems, requirements traceability, new sources of requirements, domain specific RE, Natural Language issues, and of course games. 'Games for RE and RE for Games' was the special topic of REFSQ 2014. This is materialized by a plenary session at the conference, and by a keynote given by Catherine Rolland, a serious games expert and project manager at KTM Advance, a French company specialized in serious games.

Keywords

  • clustering and classification
  • computer games
  • decision making
  • embedded systems
  • formal methods
  • metamodeling
  • model-driven software engineering
  • natural language processing
  • quality assurance
  • requirements analysis
  • software development
  • software verification and validation

Editors and Affiliations

  • Centre Pierre Mendes France, Université Paris 1 Panthéon - Sorbonne, Paris Cedex 13, France

    Camille Salinesi

  • KIN Research Group, VU University Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

    Inge Weerd

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Softcover Book
USD 89.99
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