Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality: 14th International Working Conference, REFSQ 2008 Montpellier, France, june 16-17, 2008, Proceedings

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Barbara Paech, Colette Rolland
Springer Science & Business Media, May 30, 2008 - Computers - 205 pages

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 14th International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality, REFSQ 2008, held in Montpellier, France, in June 2008.

The 17 revised full papers presented together with an introduction of the editors and the keynote lecture were carefully reviewed and selected from 50 submissions. The papers are organized in thematic sections on fitness of RE, requirements elicitation, industrial experience of RE, innovative systems, maturing research, and empirical studies.

 

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Contents

Foundation for Software Quality
1
A Method Engineering Approach
6
Enhancing Elicitation Technique Selection Process in a Cooperative Distributed Environment
23
Negotiation Constellations Method Selection Framework for Requirements Negotiation
37
A Method for Evaluating DecisionSupporting Capabilities of Requirements Engineering Tools
52
Experiences with an Airport Operations System
58
A Stakeholder Model for Interorganizational Information Systems
73
Existing Work and Challenges
88
Macrolevel Traceability Via Media Transformations
129
A Position Paper
135
Classifying Assumptions Made during Requirements Verification of Embedded Systems
141
Integrating Portfolio Management and Simulation Concepts in the ERP Project Estimation Practice
147
Can Patterns Improve i Modeling? Two Exploratory Studies
153
Does It Help?
168
Mobile Discovery of Requirements for ContextAware Systems
183
When to Adapt? Identification of Problem Domains for Adaptive Systems
198

An Approach Supporting Requirements Engineering in Automotive Industries
95
Using a Creativity Workshop to GenerateRequirements for an Event Database Application
109
Can We Beat the Complexity of Very LargeScale Requirements Engineering?
123

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