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2013 21st IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE) (2002)
Essen, Germany
Sept. 9, 2002 to Sept. 13, 2002
ISSN: 1090-705X
ISBN: 0-7695-1465-0

Call for Papers (PDF)

pp. xii
Keynote Addresses
Paper Session 1: Goals in RE

AGORA: Attributed Goal-Oriented Requirements Analysis Method (Abstract)

Hisayuki Horai , Tokyo Institute of Technology and Celestar Lexico-Sciences, Inc.
Haruhiko Kaiya , Shinshu University
Motoshi Saeki , Tokyo Institute of Technology
pp. 13

Analyzing Website Privacy Requirements Using a Privacy Goal Taxonomy (Abstract)

Julia B. Earp , North Carolina State University at Raleigh
Angela Reese , University of Dayton
Annie I. Antón , North Carolina State University at Raleigh
pp. 23

Deriving Use Cases from Organizational Modeling (Abstract)

Jaelson F. B. Castro , Universidade Federal de Pernambuco
Victor F.A. Santander , Universidade Federal de Pernambuco
pp. 32
Experience Session 1: RE Process

Introducing Requirements Engineering: How to Make a Cultural Change Happen in Practice (Abstract)

Laura Lehtola , Helsinki University of Technology
Marjo Kauppinen , Helsinki University of Technology
Tapani Aaltio , Helsinki University of Technology
Sari Kujala , Helsinki University of Technology
pp. 43

Improving the Requirements Engineering Process for an Electronic Clearinghouse (Abstract)

Christopher M. Lott , Telcordia Technologies, Inc.
Mariusz A. Fecko , Telcordia Technologies, Inc.
pp. 52
Paper Session 2: Validation

On the Use of Visualization in Formal Requirements Specification (Abstract)

Margaret-Anne Storey , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Nancy Leveson , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Thomas Viguier , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Nicolas Dulac , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 71

Visual Requirements Validation: Case Study in a Corba-Supported Environment (Abstract)

Mehdi Jazayeri , Technical University of Vienna
Harald Gall , Technical University of Vienna
Pascal Fenkam , Technical University of Vienna
pp. 81
Industrial Talks 1: Embedded Systems

Managing (Requirements) Evolutions of High Assurance Systems (PDF)

Michel Lemoine , ONERA CERT Centre de Toulouse
Jack Foisseau , ONERA CERT Centre de Toulouse
pp. 91

Model Based Requirements Engineering for Embedded Software (PDF)

Martin Rappl , Technische Universit?t M?nchen
Christian Schröder , Telelogic Deutschland GmbH
Peter Braun , Technische Universit?t M?nchen
pp. 92
Paper Session 3: Component Reuse

Legal Requirements Reuse: A Critical Success Factor for Requirements Quality and Personal Data Protection (Abstract)

Mario Piattini , University of Castilla-La Mancha
Alfonso Olmos , University of Murcia
Ambrosio Toval , University of Murcia
pp. 95

A Quality-Model-Based Approach for Describing and Evaluating Software Packages (Abstract)

Xavier Franch , Universitat Polit?cnica de Catalunya
Juan P. Carvallo , Universitat Polit?cnica de Catalunya
pp. 104

Multi-Faceted Requirements Modeling (Abstract)

Cindy Kong , University of Kansas
Perry Alexander , University of Kansas
pp. 112
Industrial Talks 2: Product Management
Paper Session 4: RE and Design

Requirements Patterns for Embedded Systems (Abstract)

Sascha Konrad , Michigan State University
Betty H.C. Cheng , Michigan State University
pp. 127

Relating Software Requirements and Architectures Using Problem Frames (Abstract)

Michael Jackson , The Open University
Lucia Rapanotti , The Open University
Jon G. Hall , The Open University
Robin C. Laney , The Open University
Bashar Nuseibeh , The Open University
pp. 137
Paper Session 5: Use Cases

Application of Linguistic Techniques for Use Case Analysis (Abstract)

A. Fantechi , Universit? di Firenze
G. Lami , Istituto di Elaborazione della Informazione
S. Gnesi , Istituto di Elaborazione della Informazione
A. Maccari , Nokia Research Center
pp. 157

Supporting Requirements Verification Using XSLT (Abstract)

Amador Durán , Universidad de Sevilla
Rafael Corchuelo , Universidad de Sevilla
Antonio Ruiz-Cortés , Universidad de Sevilla
Miguel Toro , Universidad de Sevilla
pp. 165

Validating Functional System Requirements with Scenarios (Abstract)

Alistair Sutcliff , University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology
Andreas Gregoriades , University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 181
Industrial Talks 3: Requirements Management

The Reference Point Method: Requirements-Based ICT Convergence Solution Development (PDF)

Wolfgang Groß , T-Systems International GmbH
Frank Zimmer , T-Systems International GmbH
Claus Herrmann , T-Systems International GmbH
Torsten Meyer , T-Systems International GmbH
pp. 193

Requirements Engineering: How Do You Know How Good You Are? (PDF)

Andrew Vickers , Praxis Critical Systems Limited
Helen May , Praxis Critical Systems Limited
Alistair Mavin , Praxis Critical Systems Limited
pp. 194

Early Aspects: A Model for Aspect-Oriented Requirements Engineering (Abstract)

João Araújo , Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Peter Sawyer , Lancaster University
Ana Moreira , Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Awais Rashid , Lancaster University
pp. 199

Security Requirements Engineering: When Anti-Requirements Hit the Fan (Abstract)

Bashar Nuseibeh , The Open University
Robert Crook , The Open University
Luncheng Lin , The Open University
Darrel Ince , The Open University
pp. 203
Industrial Talks 4: NL and UML

A Process Model for Distributed Development of Networked Mechatronic Components in Motor Vehicles (PDF)

T. Bertram , Gerhard-Mercator-Universit?
D. Kraft , Robert Bosch GmbH
A. Lapp , Robert Bosch GmbH
M. Bourhaleb , Gerhard-Mercator-Universit?
J. Schirmer , Robert Bosch GmbH
J. Petersen , Gerhard-Mercator-Universit?
P.Torre Flores , Robert Bosch GmbH
K. Knorr , Robert Bosch GmbH
pp. 214

Analysis beyond UML (PDF)

Christiane Stutz , sd&m Research
Johannes Siedersleben , sd&m Research
Wolfgang Krug , sd&m Research
Dörthe Kretschmer , sd&m Research
pp. 215
Paper Session 6: RE for Product Lines

The Product Line Mapping Approach to Defining and Structuring Product Portfolios (Abstract)

Klaus Schmid , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering
pp. 219

Integrating ECUs in Vehicles — Requirements Engineering in Series Development (Abstract)

Markus Hardt , Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering
Rainer Mackenthun , Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering
pp. 227

Efficient and Systematic Software Evolution through Domain Analysis (Abstract)

Isabel John , Fraunhofer IESE
Peter Sody , SIEDA GmbH
Enno Tolzmann , SIEDA GmbH
Dirk Muthig , Fraunhofer IESE
pp. 237
Experience Session 2: Requirements Selection

Converging on the Optimal Attainment of Requirements (Abstract)

Tim Menzies , West Virginia University
Martin S. Feather , California Institute of Technology
pp. 263
Paper Session 7: Change Management

Systematic Requirements Recycling through Abstraction and Traceability (Abstract)

Frank Houdek , DaimlerChrysler AG
Barbara Paech , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering
Antje von Knethen , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering
Friedemann Kiedaisch , University of Ulm
pp. 273

Automating Speculative Queries through Event-Based Requirements Traceability (Abstract)

Jinchun Xia , University of Illinois at Chicago, now at Iowa State University
Jane Cleland-Huang , University of Illinois at Chicago, now at DePaul University
Gaurav Sethi , University of Illinois at Chicago
Kumar Javvaji , University of Illinois at Chicago
Haijian Hu , University of Illinois at Chicago
Carl K. Chang , University of Illinois at Chicago, now at Iowa State University
pp. 289
Industrial Talks 5: Goals and Use Cases
Paper Session 8: RE Process

Extreme Programming Modified: Embrace Requirements Engineering Practices (Abstract)

Bartosz Walter , Poznań University of Technology
Michal Jasiński , Poznań University of Technology
Jerzy Nawrocki , Poznań University of Technology
Adam Wojciechowski , Poznań University of Technology
pp. 303

The Impact of Stakeholders? Geographical Distribution on Managing Requirements in a Multi-Site Organization (Abstract)

Didar Zowghi , University of Technology at Sydney
Daniela E. Damian , University of Technology at Sydney
pp. 319
Experience Session 3: Application Challenges

Managing Product Requirements for Medical IT Products (Abstract)

S. A. Higgins , Philips Medical Systems
E. M. Geurts , Philips Medical Systems
M. de Laat , Philips Medical Systems
P. M. C. Gieles , Philips Medical Systems
pp. 341
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

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