Conference Program

Overview

Monday (04/09) Tuesday (05/09) Wednesday (06/09) Thursday (07/09) Friday (08/09)
8:30-9:00 Opening session
9:00-10:30 Workshops
Tutorials
Doctoral Symposium
Workshops
Tutorials
RE@PT
Keynote: Betty Cheng
(plenary)
Keynote: Romana Oehmig
(plenary)
Keynote: Ian Sommerville
(plenary)
10:30-11:00 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
11:00-12:30 Workshops
Tutorials
Doctoral Symposium
Workshops
Tutorials
RE@PT
Research/Industry Track 1
Research/Industry Track 2
RE@Next! 1
Research/Industry Track 6
Data Track 1
RE@Next! 2
Research/Industry Track 10
RE@Next! 3
NL RE Tool Evaluation Panel
12:30-14:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
RE 2018 planning meeting
Lunch
14:00-15:30 Workshops
Tutorials
Doctoral Symposium
Workshops
Tutorials
RE@PT
Research/Industry Track 3
Research/Industry Track 4
Posters and Demos
Research/Industry Track 7
Data Track 2
Agile Panel
Research/Industry Track 11
Research/Industry Track 12
Research/Industry Track 13
15:30-16:00 Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break
16:00-17:30 Workshops
Tutorials
Doctoral Symposium
Workshops
Tutorials
RE@PT
Research/Industry Track 5
Silver Jubilee
MIP and best paper awards
Research/Industry Track 8
Research/Industry Track 9
Closing session (plenary)
17:30-18:00 Interactive Design Thinking Session (RO)
18:00-18:30 Steering Committee Meeting Interactive Session (RO)
18:30 Welcome Reception
19:30 Organization Dinner Banquet (buses leave at 19:00)

Detailed Program

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Monday, September 04, 2017
9:00
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10:30
Workshops
  • MoDRE - 7th International Model-Driven Requirements Engineering Workshop [Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • RE4SuSy - 6th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Sustainable Systems [Room: 129, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • ESPRE - 4th Workshop on Evolving Security and Privacy Requirements Engineering [Room: 5, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • UsARE - 3rd International Workshop on Usability and Accessibility focused Requirements Engineering [Room: 123, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • CrowdRE - 2nd International Workshop on Crowd-Based Requirements Engineering [Room: 7, Building Faculdade de Direito]
Tutorials
  • T01 - User Story Best Practices: Requirements in Agile Context (Full-day) [Room: Senado, Building Reitoria]

  • T07 - Writing requirements documents with goals: the KAOS/Objectiver approach (Full-day) [Room: 10, Building Polidesportivo]

  • T08 - Agile Business Rule Development (Full-day) [Room: 11, Building Polidesportivo]

  • T10 - Writing Good Requirements (Full-day) [Room: Anfiteatro B, Building Faculdade de Direito]
Doctoral Symposium
  • Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito

  • Opening by Mats Heimdahl, Joerg Doerr (9:00-9:10)

  • Towards a Bayesian Decision Model for Agile Release Planning by Olawole Oni (9:10-9:50)

  • An Approach to Support the Specification of Agile Artifacts in the Development of Safety-Critical Systems by Ana Isabella Muniz Leite (9:50-10:30)
Coffee Break (10:30-11:00)
11:00
-
12:30
  • MoDRE - 7th International Model-Driven Requirements Engineering Workshop [Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • RE4SuSy - 6th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Sustainable Systems [Room: 129, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • ESPRE - 4th Workshop on Evolving Security and Privacy Requirements Engineering [Room: 5, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • UsARE - 3rd International Workshop on Usability and Accessibility focused Requirements Engineering [Room: 123, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • CrowdRE - 2nd International Workshop on Crowd-Based Requirements Engineering [Room: 7, Building Faculdade de Direito]
  • T01 - User Story Best Practices: Requirements in Agile Context (Full-day) [Room: Senado, Building Reitoria]

  • T07 - Writing requirements documents with goals: the KAOS/Objectiver approach (Full-day) [Room: 10, Building Polidesportivo]

  • T08 - Agile Business Rule Development (Full-day) [Room: 11, Building Polidesportivo]

  • T10 - Writing Good Requirements (Full-day) [Room: Anfiteatro B, Building Faculdade de Direito]
  • Reusable Goal Models by Mustafa Berk Duran (11:00-11:40)

  • Towards an adaptive framework for goal-oriented strategic decision-making by Jacek Dąbrowski (11:40-12:20)

  • Dealing with Conflicts between Non-Functional Requirements of Ubicomp and IoT Applications by Rainara Carvalho (12:20-13:00)
Lunch (12:30-14:00)
14:00
-
15:30
  • MoDRE - 7th International Model-Driven Requirements Engineering Workshop [Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • RE4SuSy - 6th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Sustainable Systems [Room: 129, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • ESPRE - 4th Workshop on Evolving Security and Privacy Requirements Engineering [Room: 5, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • UsARE - 3rd International Workshop on Usability and Accessibility focused Requirements Engineering [Room: 123, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • CrowdRE - 2nd International Workshop on Crowd-Based Requirements Engineering [Room: 7, Building Faculdade de Direito]
  • T01 - User Story Best Practices: Requirements in Agile Context (Full-day) [Room: Senado, Building Reitoria]

  • T07 - Writing requirements documents with goals: the KAOS/Objectiver approach (Full-day) [Room: 10, Building Polidesportivo]

  • T08 - Agile Business Rule Development (Full-day) [Room: 11, Building Polidesportivo]

  • T10 - Writing Good Requirements (Full-day) [Room: Anfiteatro B, Building Faculdade de Direito]
  • Awareness Driven Software Reengineering by Ana M. M. Moura (14:00-14:40)

  • Verifying Cyber-Physical System Behavior in the Context of Cyber-Physical System-Networks by Jennifer Brings (14:40-15:20)
Coffee Break (15:30-16:00)
16:00
-
17:30
  • MoDRE - 7th International Model-Driven Requirements Engineering Workshop [Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • RE4SuSy - 6th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Sustainable Systems [Room: 129, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • ESPRE - 4th Workshop on Evolving Security and Privacy Requirements Engineering [Room: 5, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • UsARE - 3rd International Workshop on Usability and Accessibility focused Requirements Engineering [Room: 123, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • CrowdRE - 2nd International Workshop on Crowd-Based Requirements Engineering [Room: 7, Building Faculdade de Direito]
  • T01 - User Story Best Practices: Requirements in Agile Context (Full-day) [Room: Senado, Building Reitoria]

  • T07 - Writing requirements documents with goals: the KAOS/Objectiver approach (Full-day) [Room: 10, Building Polidesportivo]

  • T08 - Agile Business Rule Development (Full-day) [Room: 11, Building Polidesportivo]

  • T10 - Writing Good Requirements (Full-day) [Room: Anfiteatro B, Building Faculdade de Direito]
  • Improving the Elicitation of Delightful Context-Aware Features: a Data-Based Approach by Rodrigo Falcão (15:40-16:20)

  • General discussion (16:20-16:40)

  • Keynote: How to finish that damn PhD by Daniel M. Berry(16:40-17:40)
Tuesday, September 05, 2017
9:00
-
10:30
Workshops
  • RELAW - 10th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law [Room: 129, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • RePa - 7th International Workshop on Requirements Patterns [Room: 123, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • EmpiRE - 6th Workshop on Empirical Requirements Engineering [Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • RET - 4th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Testing [Room: 10, Building Polidesportivo]

  • AIRE - 4th International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Requirements [Room: 11, Building Polidesportivo]

  • JIT RE - 2nd International Workshop on Just-In-Time Requirements Engineering: Dealing with Non-Functional Requirements in Agile Software Development [Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito]
Tutorials
  • T02 - Blockchain Requirements Engineering: Research Challenges and Opportunities (Half-day) [Room: 5, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • T03 - From Mining to Planning – Next Generation of Release Decision Making for Software Products (Full-day) [Room: Anfiteatro B, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • T04 - Software Reuse and Reusability based on Requirements: Product Lines, Cases and Feature-Similarity Models (Half-day) [Room: Auditorio B, Building Reitoria]

  • T06 - Evaluating Evolving Requirements Models with URN: Features, Goals, and Scenarios (Full-day) [Room: Senado, Building Reitoria]
RE@PT
  • Room: 7, Building Faculdade de Direito

  • More details soon...

  • Industry keynote - by Sarah Gregory

  • Mini-talks
Coffee Break (10:30-11:00)
11:00
-
12:30
  • RELAW - 10th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law [Room: 129, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • RePa - 7th International Workshop on Requirements Patterns [Room: 123, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • EmpiRE - 6th Workshop on Empirical Requirements Engineering [Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • RET - 4th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Testing [Room: 10, Building Polidesportivo]

  • AIRE - 4th International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Requirements [Room: 11, Building Polidesportivo]

  • JIT RE - 2nd International Workshop on Just-In-Time Requirements Engineering: Dealing with Non-Functional Requirements in Agile Software Development [Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito]
  • T02 - Blockchain Requirements Engineering: Research Challenges and Opportunities (Half-day) [Room: 5, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • T03 - From Mining to Planning – Next Generation of Release Decision Making for Software Products (Full-day) [Room: Anfiteatro B, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • T04 - Software Reuse and Reusability based on Requirements: Product Lines, Cases and Feature-Similarity Models (Half-day) [Room: Auditorio B, Building Reitoria]

  • T06 - Evaluating Evolving Requirements Models with URN: Features, Goals, and Scenarios (Full-day) [Room: Senado, Building Reitoria]
  • Mini-talks
Lunch (12:30-14:00)
14:00
-
15:30
  • RELAW - 10th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law [Room: 129, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • RePa - 7th International Workshop on Requirements Patterns [Room: 123, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • EmpiRE - 6th Workshop on Empirical Requirements Engineering [Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • RET - 4th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Testing [Room: 10, Building Polidesportivo]

  • AIRE - 4th International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Requirements [Room: 11, Building Polidesportivo]

  • JIT RE - 2nd International Workshop on Just-In-Time Requirements Engineering: Dealing with Non-Functional Requirements in Agile Software Development [Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito]
  • T03 - From Mining to Planning – Next Generation of Release Decision Making for Software Products (Full-day) [Room: Anfiteatro B, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • T05 - Risk Assessment using Early Requirements Models: A Guided Tour (Half-day) [Room: 5, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • T06 - Evaluating Evolving Requirements Models with URN: Features, Goals, and Scenarios (Full-day) [Room: Senado, Building Reitoria]

  • T09 - Eliciting Unstated Requirements (Half-day) [Room: Auditorio B, Building Reitoria]
  • Round tables / working groups
Coffee Break (15:30-16:00)
16:00
-
17:30
  • RELAW - 10th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law [Room: 129, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • RePa - 7th International Workshop on Requirements Patterns [Room: 123, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • EmpiRE - 6th Workshop on Empirical Requirements Engineering [Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • RET - 4th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Testing [Room: 10, Building Polidesportivo]

  • AIRE - 4th International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Requirements [Room: 11, Building Polidesportivo]

  • JIT RE - 2nd International Workshop on Just-In-Time Requirements Engineering: Dealing with Non-Functional Requirements in Agile Software Development [Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito]
  • T03 - From Mining to Planning – Next Generation of Release Decision Making for Software Products (Full-day) [Room: Anfiteatro B, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • T05 - Risk Assessment using Early Requirements Models: A Guided Tour (Half-day) [Room: 5, Building Faculdade de Direito]

  • T06 - Evaluating Evolving Requirements Models with URN: Features, Goals, and Scenarios (Full-day) [Room: Senado, Building Reitoria]

  • T09 - Eliciting Unstated Requirements (Half-day) [Room: Auditorio B, Building Reitoria]
  • Panel - Think the future!
Reception (18:30)
Wednesday, September 06, 2017
8:30
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9:00
Opening session
Chairs: Ana Moreira, João Araújo
Room: Auditorio A, Building Reitoria
9:00
-
10:30
Keynote: Requirements Engineering for High Assurance Autonomous Systems in the Face of Uncertainty: A Multidisciplinary Perspective
Speaker: Betty Cheng, Michigan State University, USA
Chair: Jane Hayes
Room: Auditorio A, Building Reitoria
Coffee Break (10:30-11:00)
11:00
-
12:30
Research/Industry 1: Simplicity through Social Media? Mining Tweets and App Info
  • Chair: Jörg Doerr
  • Room: Auditorio B, Building Reitoria

  • Mining Twitter Feeds for Software User Requirements by Grant Williams and Anas Mahmoud

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

  • SAFE: A Simple Approach for Feature Extraction from App Descriptions and App Reviews by Timo Johann, Christoph Stanik, Alireza M.Alizadeh B. and Walid Maalej
Research/Industry 2: Canary in a Coalmine: Argumentation and Rationale Alive and Well?
  • Chair: Kurt Schneider
  • Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito

  • Canary: Extracting Requirements-Related Information from Online Discussions by Georgi Kanchev, Pradeep Murukannaiah, Amit Chopra and Pete Sawyer

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

  • Using Argumentation to Explain Ambiguity in Requirements Elicitation Interviews by Yehia Elrakaiby, Alessio Ferrari, Paola Spoletini, Stefania Gnesi and Bashar Nuseibeh
Re@Next! 1: Relevance & Releases & Privacy
  • Chair: Sepideh Ghanavati
  • Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito

  • How do Practitioners Perceive the Relevance of Requirements Engineering Research? by Xavier Franch, Daniel Méndez Fernández, Marc Oriol Hilari, Andreas Vogelsang, Rogardt Heldal, Eric Knauss, Guilherme Travassos, Jeffrey C. Carver, Oscar Dieste and Thomas Zimmermann

  • Optimized Functionality for Super Mobile Apps by Maleknaz Nayebi and Guenther Ruhe

  • A Data Purpose Case Study of Privacy Policies by Jaspreet Bhatia and Travis D. Breaux
Lunch (12:30-14:00)
14:00
-
15:30
Research/Industry 3: Complementarity Achieved? Mining User Feedback
  • Chair: Anas Mahmoud
  • Room: Audotirio B, Building Reitoria

  • Mining User Rationale from Software Reviews by Zijad Kurtanović and Walid Maalej

  • Feedback Gathering from an Industrial Point of View by Melanie Stade, Farnaz Fotrousi, Norbert Seyff and Oliver Albrecht

  • Users — The Hidden Software Product Quality Experts? A Study on How App Users Report Quality Aspects in Online Reviews by Eduard C. Groen, Sylwia Kopczyńska, Marc Hauer, Tobias D. Krafft and Jörg Dörr
Research/Industry 4: Simplicity through Knowledge and Association?: Traceability
  • Chair: Paola Spoletini
  • Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito

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

  • What Questions do Requirements Engineers Ask? by Sugandha Malviya, Michael Vierhauser, Jane Cleland-Huang and Smita Ghaisas

  • Datasets from Fifteen Years of Automated Software Traceability Research (Current State, Characteristics and Quality) by Waleed Zogaan, Palak Sharma, Mehdi Mirakhorli and Venera Arnaoudova
Posters and Demos
  • Chairs: Silvia Abrahão, Jennifer Horkoff
  • Room: Senado, Building Reitoria

  • UCAnalyzer: A Tool to Analyze Use Case Textual Descriptions by Saurabh Tiwari and Mayank Laddha

  • Let's Hear it From RETTA: A Requirements Elicitation Tool For Traffic Management Systems by Mohammad Noaeen and Behrouz Homayoun Far

  • ÉCrits - Visualizing Support Ticket Escalation Risk by Lloyd Montgomery, Emma Reading and Daniela Damian

  • Deploying a Template and Pattern Library for Improved Reuse of Requirements across Projects by Robert Darimont, Wei Zhao, Christophe Ponsard and Arnaud Michot

  • Tool support for Automatic Runtime Reappraisal of Weights by Luis Garcia Paucar and Nelly Bencomo

  • Choosing Requirements for Experimentation with User Interfaces of Requirements Modeling Tools by Parisa Ghazi, Zahra Shakeri Hossein Abad and Martin Glinz

  • ÉCoSTest: A tool for Validation of Requirements at Model Level by Maria Fernanda Granda, Nelly Condori-Fernández, Tanja Vos and Oscar Pastor

  • DMGame: A Gamified Collaborative Requirements Prioritisation Tool by Fitsum Kifetew, Denisse Munante, Anna Perini, Angelo Susi, Alberto Siena and Paolo Busetta

  • Canary: An Interactive and Query-Based Approach to Extract Requirements from Online Forums by Georgi Kanchev, Pradeep Murukannaiah, Amit Chopra and Pete Sawyer

  • A demonstration of Respecify: a requirements authoring tool harnessing CNL by Michael Ledger

Coffee Break (15:30-16:00)
16:00
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17:30
Research/Industry 5: Secure AND Supportive?
  • Chair: Neil Ernst
  • Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito

  • The Trouble With Security Requirements by Sven Türpe

  • Safety-Focused Security Requirements Elicitation for Medical Device Software by Mikael Lindvall, Madeline Diep, Michele Klein, Paul Jones, Yi Zhang and Eugene Vasserman

  • Reinforcing Security Requirements with Multifactor Quality Measurement by Hanan Hibshi and Travis D. Breaux
Silver Jubilee
  • Chair: Julio Cesar Leite
  • Room: Auditorio A, Building Reitoria

  • The Right-Hand Side Problem: Research Topics in RE by Michael Jackson

  • Requirements Elicitation: A Look at the Future through the Lenses of the Past by Paola Spoletini and Alessio Ferrari

  • The Vision: Requirements Engineering in Society by Guenther Ruhe, Maleknaz Nayebi and Christof Ebert

  • Requirements Engineering in the Year Thousand by Roel Wieringa

  • RE at 50, with a focus on the last 25 years by Robyn Lutz
18:00
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18:30
Steering committee meeting
Room: Senado, Building Reitoria
19:30 Organization Dinner
Ordem dos Engenheiros (see Social Program)
Thursday, September 07, 2017
9:00
-
10:30
Keynote: How Design Thinking Works (@ SAP)
Speaker: Romana Oehmig, Lead Design Thinking & Business Model Innovation, SAP
Chair: Barbara Paech
Room: Auditorio A, Building Reitoria
Coffee Break (10:30-11:00)
11:00
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12:30
Research/Industry 6: Complexity Reduction via Goals and Reasoning?
  • Chair: Jennifer Horkoff
  • Room: Auditorio B, Building Reitoria

  • "SHORT"er Reasoning About Larger Requirements Models by George Mathew, Tim Menzies, Neil Ernst and John Klein

  • Modeling and Reasoning with Changing Intentions: An Experiment by Alicia M. Grubb and Marsha Chechik

  • Does Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering Achieve its Goal? by Alistair Mavin, Philip Wilkinson, Sabine Teufl, Henning Femmer, Jonas Eckhardt and Jakob Mund
Data Track 1: Functional vs Non-Functional: Can Both Win?
  • Chair: Eric Knauss
  • Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito

  • RE Data Challenge: Requirements Identification with Word2Vec and TensorFlow by Alex Dekhtyar and Vivian Fong

  • Automatically Classifying Functional and Non-Functional Requirements Using Supervised Machine Learning by Zijad Kurtanović and Walid Maalej

  • What Works Better? A Study of Classifying Requirements by Zahra Shakeri, Oliver Karras, Parisa Ghazi, Martin Glinz, Guenther Ruhe and Kurt Schneider

  • PURE: a Dataset of Public Requirements Documents by Alessio Ferrari, Giorgio Oronzo Spagnolo and Stefania Gnesi
RE@Next! 2: Elicitation & Security
  • Chair: Irit Hadar
  • Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito

  • Interview Review: Detecting Latent Ambiguities to Improve the Requirements Elicitation Process by Alessio Ferrari, Paola Spoletini, Beatrice Donati, Didar Zowghi and Stefania Gnesi

  • Pushing Boundaries of RE: Requirement Elicitation for Non-Human Users by Anna Zamansky, Dirk van der Linden and Sofya Baskin

  • Crowd Sourcing the Creation of Personae Non Gratae for Requirements-Phase Threat Modeling by Nancy Mead, Forrest Shull, Janine Spears, Stefan Hiebl, Sam Weber and Jane Cleland-Huang

  • A Gamified Tutorial for Learning about Security Requirements Engineering by Daniel Alami Cabezas and Fabiano Dalpiaz
Lunch (12:30-14:00)
14:00
-
15:30
Research/Industry 7: Complimentary and Simple Requirements via Social Factors?
  • Chair: Frank Houdek
  • Room: Auditorio B, Building Reitoria

  • New Horizons for Requirements Engineering by David Callele, Krzysztof Wnuk and Birgit Penzenstadler

  • How Much Undocumented Knowledge is there in Agile Software Development? by Shinobu Saito, Yukako Iimura, Aaron Massey and Annie Antón [best industry paper award]

  • Software Requirements Analyst Profile: a descriptive study of Brazil and Mexico by Angelica Toffano Seidel Calazans, Roberto Avila Paldês, Kiane Mabel Rezende, Emeli Braosi, Nathácia Indayara Pereira, Isabel Sofia Sousa Brito and Eloisa Toffano Seidel Masson
Data Track 2: Simplicity through Specialization?
  • Chair: Mehdi Mirkhorli
  • Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito

  • A Domain-independent Model for Identifying Security Requirements by Nuthan Munaiah, Andrew Meneely and Pradeep K. Murukannaiah

  • Toward Automating Crowd RE by Pradeep Kumar Murukannaiah, Nirav Ajmeri and Munindar Singh

  • The IlmSeven Dataset by Michael Rath, Patrick Rempel and Patrick Mäder

  • Fishbowl: Future of Data in RE
Panel: RE in the age of continuous deployment
  • Chair: Nan Niu

  • Panelists: Sjaak Brinkkemper, Xavier Franch, Jari Partanen, and Juha Savolainen

  • Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito

Coffee Break (15:30-16:00)
16:00
-
17:30
Research/Industry 8: Users: The Rosetta Stone of RE?
  • Chair: Alistair Mavin
  • Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito

  • Improving the Identification of Hedonic Quality in User Requirements --- A Controlled Experiment by Andreas Maier and Daniel M. Berry

  • Usability Insights for Requirements Engineering Tools: A User Study with Practitioners in Aeronautics by Hélène Gaspard-Boulinc and Stéphane Conversy
Research/Industry 9: QUALITY, Simplicity, Complementarity: Pick Two?
  • Chair: Henning Femmer
  • Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito

  • Detecting Vague Words & Phrases in Requirements Documents in a Multilingual Environment by Breno Cruz, Bargav Jayaraman, Anurag Dwarakanath and Collin McMillan

  • A Case Study on Evaluating the Relevance of Some Rules for Writing Requirements through an Online Survey by Maxime Warnier and Anne Condamines

  • A Case Study on a Specification Approach using Activity Diagrams in Requirements Documents by Martin Beckmann, Andreas Vogelsang and Christian Reuter
Best paper and most influential paper awards
  • Chairs: Jane Hayes, Barbara Paech
  • Room: Auditorio B, Building Reitoria

  • MIP award talks: On non-functional requirements by Martin Glinz

  • Best paper awards
17:30
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18:00
Interactive Design Thinking Session (RO)
Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito
Banquet (buses leave at 19:00)
Friday, September 08, 2017
9:00
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10:30
Keynote: Simplicity considered harmful (sometimes)
Speaker: Ian Sommerville, University of St Andrews, UK
Chair: João Araújo
Room: Auditorio A, Building Reitoria
Coffee Break (10:30-11:00)
11:00
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12:30
Research/Industry 10: Specification: When Words Get in the Way?
  • Chair: Pradeep Kumar Murukannaiah
  • Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito

  • A Formalization Method to Process Structured Natural Language to Logic Expressions to Detect Redundant Specification and Test Statements by Benedikt Walter, Jakob Hammes, Marco Piechotta and Stephan Rudolph

  • Do words make a difference? An Empirical Study on the Impact of Taxonomies on the Classification of Requirements by Kim Lauenroth, Erik Kamsties and Oliver Hehlert

  • Requirements Capture and Analysis in ASSERT™ by Andrew Crapo, Abha Moitra, Craig McMillan and Dan Russell
RE@Next! 3: Managing Requirements
  • Chair: Maya Daneva
  • Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito

  • Exploiting User Feedback in Tool-supported Multi-criteria Requirements Prioritization by Itzel Morales-Ramirez, Denisse Muñante, Fitsum Meshesha Kifetew, Anna Perini, Angelo Susi and Alberto Siena

  • Juggling Preferences in a World of Uncertainty by Luis Garcia Paucar, Nelly Bencomo and Kevin Kam Fung Yue

  • Identifying Conflicting Requirements in Systems of Systems by Thiago Viana, Andrea Zisman and Arosha K. Bandara
  • A Visual Narrative Path From Switching to Resuming an RE Task by Zahra Shakeri, Alex Shymka, Jenny Le, Noor Hammad and Guenther Ruhe
Panel: Context-Dependent Evaluation of Tools for NL RE Tasks: Recall vs. Precision, and Beyond
  • Chair: Daniel M. Berry

  • Panelists: Jane Cleland-Huang, Alessio Ferrari, Walid Maalej, John Mylopoulos, Didar Zowghi

  • Room: Auditorio B, Building Reitoria

Lunch (12:30-14:00)
14:00
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15:30
Research/Industry 11: Easier Said than Done?: Mastering Domain Complexity through NLP
  • Chair: Walid Maalej
  • Room: Auditorio B, Building Reitoria

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

  • Legal Markup Generation in the Large: An Experience Report by Nicolas Sannier, Morayo Adedjouma, Mehrdad Sabetzadeh, Lionel Briand, John Dann, Marc Hisette and Pascal Thill

  • An Evaluation of Constituency-based Hypernymy Extraction from Privacy Policies by Morgan C. Evans, Jaspreet Bhatia, Sudarshan Wadkar and Travis D. Breaux
Research/Industry 12: Better Process and Requirements through Fun or Less Interruptions?
  • Chair: David Callele
  • Room: Anfiteatro A, Building Faculdade de Direito

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

  • Behind Points and Levels - The Influence of Gamification Algorithms on Requirements Prioritization by Martina Kolpondinos-Huber and Martin Glinz

  • Task Interruptions in Requirements Engineering: Reality versus Perceptions! by Zahra Shakeri, Guenther Ruhe and Mike Bauer
Research/Industry 13: Large Software: Beautiful and Simple?
  • Chair: Michael Panis
  • Room: 3, Building Faculdade de Direito

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

  • What do support analysts know about their customers? On the study and prediction of support ticket escalations in large software organizations by Lloyd Montgomery and Daniela Damian [best research paper award]

  • Piggybacking on an Autonomous Hauler: Business Models Enabling a System-of-Systems Approach to Mapping an Underground Mine by Markus Borg, Thomas Olsson and John Svensson
Coffee Break (15:30-16:00)
16:00
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17:30
Closing session
Chairs: Ana Moreira, João Araújo
Room: Auditorio A, Building Reitoria