Accepted Papers

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R01 Mining Associations between Quality Concerns and Functional Requirements
Xiaoli Lian, Jane Cleland-Huang and Li Zhang

Research 01
R02 Requirements Engineering Challenges in Large-Scale Agile System Development
Rashidah Kasauli, Grischa Liebel, Eric Knauss, Swathi Gopakumar and Benjamin Kanagwa

Research 02
R03 What do support analysts know about their customers? On the study and prediction of support ticket escalations in large software organizations
Lloyd Montgomery and Daniela Damian

Research 03
R04 Shorter Reasoning About Larger Requirements Models
George Mathew, Tim Menzies, Neil Ernst and John Klein

Research 04
R05 Modeling and Reasoning with Changing Intentions: An Experiment
Alicia M. Grubb and Marsha Chechik

Research 05
R06 Improving the Identification of Hedonic Quality in User Requirements - A Controlled Experiment
Andreas Maier and Daniel Berry

Research 06
R07 Canary: Methodology and Language for Querying Requirements in Online Discussions
Georgi Kanchev, Pradeep Murukannaiah, Amit Chopra and Pete Sawyer

Research 07
R08 Gamifying Collaborative Prioritization: Does Pointsification Work?
Fitsum Meshesha Kifetew, Denisse Munante, Anna Perini, Angelo Susi, Alberto Siena, Paolo Busetta and Danilo Valerio

Research 08
R09 What Requirements Knowledge do Developers Need to Manage Change in Safety-Critical Systems?
Micayla Goodrum, Jinghui Cheng, Ronald Metoyer, Jane Cleland-Huang and Robyn Lutz

Research 09
R10 Mining Twitter Feeds for Software User Requirements
Grant Williams and Anas Mahmoud

Research 10
R11 A Little Bird Told Me: Mining Tweets for Requirements and Software Evolution
Emitza Guzman, Mohamed Ibrahim and Martin Glinz

Research 11
R12 What Questions do Requirements Engineers Ask?
Sugandha Malviya, Michael Vierhauser, Jane Cleland-Huang and Smita Ghaisas

Research 12
R13 Mining User Rationale from Software Reviews
Zijad Kurtanović and Walid Maalej

Research 13
R14 Behind Points and Levels - The Influence of Gamification Algorithms on Requirements Prioritization
Martina Kolpondinos-Huber and Martin Glinz

Research 14
R15 Do words make a difference? An Empirical Study on the Impact of Taxonomies on the Identification of Requirements
Kim Lauenroth, Erik Kamsties and Oliver Hehlert

Research 15
R16 Evaluating the Relevance of Some Rules for Writing Requirements through an Online Survey
Maxime Warnier and Anne Condamines

Research 16
R17 Usability Insights for Requirements Engineering Tools: A User Study with Practitioners in Aeronautics
Hélène Gaspard-Boulinc and Stéphane Conversy

Research 17
R18 A framework for improving the verifiability of visual notation design grounded in the Physics of Notations
Dirk van der Linden, Anna Zamansky and Irit Hadar

Research 18
R19 Task Interruptions in Requirements Engineering: Reality versus Perceptions!
Zahra Shakeri, Guenther Ruhe and Mike Bauer

Research 19
R20 SAFE: A Simple Approach for Feature Extraction from App Descriptions and App Reviews
Timo Johann, Christoph Stanik, Alireza M.Alizadeh B. and Walid Maalej

Research 20
R21 Using Argumentation to Explain Ambiguity in Requirements Elicitation Interviews
Yehia Elrakaiby, Alessio Ferrari, Paola Spoletini, Stefania Gnesi and Bashar Nuseibeh

Research 21
R22 The Trouble With Security Requirements
Sven Türpe

Research 22
R23 Reinforcing Security Requirements with Multifactor Quality Measurement
Hanan Hibshi and Travis D. Breaux

Research 23
R24 New Horizons for Requirements Engineering
David Callele, Krzysztof Wnuk and Birgit Penzenstadler

Research 24
R25 Users - The Hidden Software Product Quality Experts? A Study on How Software Users Report Non-Functional Aspects in Online Reviews
Eduard C. Groen, Sylwia Kopczyńska, Marc Hauer, Tobias Krafft and Jörg Dörr

Research 25
R26 Datasets from Fifteen Years of Automated Software Traceability Research (Current State, Characteristics and Quality)
Waleed Zogaan, Palak Sharma, Mehdi Mirakhorli and Venera Arnaoudova

Research 26
R27 An Evaluation of Constituency-based Hypernymy Extraction from Privacy Policies
Morgan C. Evans, Jaspreet Bhatia, Sudarshan Wadkar and Travis D. Breaux

Research 27


Program Co-Chair

Barbara Paech
University of Heidelberg, Germany

Program Co-Chair

Jane Hayes
University of Kentucky, USA

Industry Co-Chair

Michael C. Panis
Teradyne Inc., USA

Industry Co-Chair

Walid Maalej
University of Hamburg, Germany

Data Track Co-Chair

Eric Knauss
Chalmers, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Data Track Co-Chair

Mehdi Mirakhorli
Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

RE@Next! Co-Chair

Jaelson Castro
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil

RE@Next! Co-Chair

Pete Sawyer
Lancaster University, UK