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13th IEEE International Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE'05) (2005)
Paris, France
Aug. 29, 2005 to Sept. 2, 2005
ISBN: 0-7695-2425-7
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction

Personal and contextual requirements engineering (Abstract)

A. Sutcliffe , Sch. of Informatics, Manchester Univ., UK
pp. 19-28
Cover
Introduction

Conference Committee (PDF)

pp. xi-xii

RE 2006 (PDF)

pp. xiv
Keynotes

Dependable Software: An Oxymoron& (PDF)

Daniel Jackson , Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
pp. 3
Paper Session: Personalized Software

Configuring Common Personal Software: a Requirements-Driven Approach (Abstract)

Sotirios Liaskos , University of Toronto
Alexei Lapouchnian , University of Toronto
Yiqiao Wang , University of Toronto
Yijun Yu , University of Toronto
Steve Easterbrook , University of Toronto
pp. 9-18

Personal and Contextual Requirements Engineering (Abstract)

Alistair Sutcliffe , University of Manchester
Stephen Fickas , Department of Computer and Information Science, University of Oregon
McKay Moore Sohlberg , Communication Disorders and Sciences College of Education, University Of Oregon
pp. 19-30
Paper Session: Product Lines

An Approach to Constructing Feature Models Based on Requirements Clustering (Abstract)

Kun Chen , Peking University
Wei Zhang , Peking University
Haiyan Zhao , Peking University
Hong Mei , Peking University
pp. 31-40

Modelling Requirements Variability across Product Lines (Abstract)

Stan Buhne , University of Duisburg-Essen
Kim Lauenroth , University of Duisburg-Essen
Klaus Pohl , University of Duisburg-Essen
pp. 41-52
Paper Session: Aligning Requirements with Business Goals

Exploring Web Services from a Business Value Perspective (Abstract)

Bas van der Raadt , Vrije Universiteit
Jaap Gordijn , Vrije Universiteit
Eric Yu , University of Toronto
pp. 53-62

Requirements Engineering for Cross-organizational ERP Implementation: Undocumented Assumptions and Potential Mismatches (Abstract)

Maya Daneva , University of Twente, The Netherlands
Roel Wieringa , University of Twente, The Netherlands
pp. 63-74
Paper Session: Elicitation

The Role of User Involvement in Requirements Quality and Project Success (Abstract)

Sari Kujala , Helsinki University of Technology
Marjo Kauppinen , Helsinki University of Technology
Laura Lehtola , Helsinki University of Technology
Tero Kojo , Helsinki University of Technology
pp. 75-84

Contextual Risk Analysis for Interview Design (Abstract)

Tira Cohene , University of Toronto
Steve Easterbrook , University of Toronto
pp. 95-104

Integrating Creativity into Requirements Processes: Experiences with an Air Traffic Management System (Abstract)

Neil Maiden , Centre HCI Design, City University
Suzanne Robertson , Atlantic Systems Guild, London
pp. 105-116
Paper Session: Requirements Management

Managing Requirements in a Co-evolution Context (Abstract)

Anne Etien , Universit? Paris
Camille Salinesi , Universit? Paris
pp. 125-134

Utilizing Supporting Evidence to Improve Dynamic Requirements Traceability (Abstract)

Jane Cleland-Huang , DePaul University
Raffaella Settimi , DePaul University
Chuan Duan , DePaul University
Xuchang Zou , DePaul University
pp. 135-144

The Role of Deferred Requirements in a Longitudinal Study of Emailing (Abstract)

Stephen Fickas , University of Oregon
William Robinson , Georgia State University
McKay Sohlberg , University of Oregon
pp. 145-156
Paper Session: Policy-Oriented Requirements

On Modelling Access Policies: Relating Roles to their Organisational Context (Abstract)

Robert Crook , The Open University, UK
Darrel Ince , The Open University, UK
Bashar Nuseibeh , The Open University, UK
pp. 157-166

Modeling Security Requirements Through Ownership, Permission and Delegation (Abstract)

Paolo Giorgini , University of Trento
Fabio Massacci , University of Trento
John Mylopoulos , University of Toronto
Nicola Zannone , University of Trento
pp. 167-176

Analyzing Goal Semantics for Rights, Permissions, and Obligations (Abstract)

Travis D. Breaux , North Carolina State University
Annie I. Ant? , North Carolina State University
pp. 177-188
Paper Session: Modelling

Concept Identification in Object-Oriented Domain Analysis: Why Some Students Just Don?t Get It (Abstract)

Davor Svetinovic , University of Waterloo
Daniel M. Berry , University of Waterloo
Michael Godfrey , University of Waterloo
pp. 189-198

Do Viewpoints Lead to Better Conceptual Models? An Exploratory Case Study (Abstract)

Steve Easterbrook , University of Toronto
Eric Yu , University of Toronto
Jorge Aranda , University of Toronto
Yuntian Fan , University of Toronto
Jennifer Horkoff , University of Toronto
Marcel Leica , University of Toronto
Rifat Abdul Qadir , University of Toronto
pp. 199-208

Modeling Interactions using Role-Driven Patterns (Abstract)

Isabel D?az , Universidad Central de Venezuela
Oscar Pastor , Universidad Polit?cnica de Valencia
Alfredo Matteo , Universidad Central de Venezuela
pp. 209-220
Paper Session: Domain-Specific Requirements Engineering

Shaping Requirements for Institutional Web Applications: Experience from an Industrial Project (Abstract)

Vito Perrone , HOC laboratories - Politecnico di Milano
Davide Bolchini , TEC-Lab - University of Lugano
Andrea Rastellini , CM Sistemi S.p.A., Roma
Luigi Dragone , CM Sistemi S.p.A., Roma
pp. 221-230

Risk Mitigation of Design Requirements Using a Probabilistic Analysis (Abstract)

Michael C. Robinson , NAVSEA Warfare Center
Sara E. Wallace , NAVSEA Warfare Center
David C. Woodward , NAVSEA Warfare Center
pp. 231-239

Requirements Engineering and the Creative Process in the Video Game Industry (Abstract)

David Callele , University of Saskatchewan
Eric Neufeld , University of Saskatchewan
Kevin Schneider , University of Saskatchewan
pp. 240-252
Paper Session: Requirements Analysis

Using Occurrence Properties of Defect Report Data to Improve Requirements (Abstract)

Kimberly S. Wasson , University of Virginia
Kendra N. Schmid , Iowa State University
Robyn R. Lutz , Iowa State University
John C. Knight , University of Virginia
pp. 253-262

Identifying Contingency Requirements Using Obstacle Analysis (Abstract)

Robyn Lutz , JPL/Caltech and Iowa State University
Stacy Nelson , NelsonConsulting/QSS
Ann Patterson-Hine , Ames Research Center
Chad R. Frost , Ames Research Center
Doron Tal , USRA/RIACS at NASA
pp. 263-272

A Feature-Oriented Approach to Modeling Requirements Dependencies (Abstract)

Wei Zhang , Peking University
Hong Mei , Peking University
Haiyan Zhao , Peking University
pp. 273-284
Paper Session: Prioritizing and Merging Requirements

Multi-Dimensional Separation of Concerns in Requirements Engineering (Abstract)

Ana Moreira , Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Awais Rashid , Lancaster University
Jo?o Ara? , Universidade Nova de Lisboa
pp. 285-296

Facing Scalability Issues in Requirements Prioritization with Machine Learning Techniques (Abstract)

Paolo Avesani , ITC-IRST, Via Sommarive
Cinzia Bazzanella , ITC-IRST, Via Sommarive
Anna Perini , ITC-IRST, Via Sommarive
Angelo Susi , ITC-IRST, Via Sommarive
pp. 297-306

An Algebraic Framework for Merging Incomplete and Inconsistent Views (Abstract)

Mehrdad Sabetzadeh , University of Toronto
Steve Easterbrook , University of Toronto
pp. 306-318
Paper Session: Constrained Natural-Language Notations

Rule-based Verification of Scenarios with Pre-conditions and Post-conditions (Abstract)

Tatsuya Toyama , Ritsumeikan University
Atsushi Ohnishi , Ritsumeikan University
pp. 319-328

Facilitating the Construction of Specification Pattern-based Properties (Abstract)

Sascha Konrad , Michigan State University
Betty H.C. Cheng , Michigan State University
pp. 329-338

Measuring the Expressiveness of a Constrained Natural Language: An Empirical Study (Abstract)

Stephen Boyd , ADI Limited
Didar Zowghi , University of Technology, Sydney
Alia Farroukh , ADI Limited
pp. 339-352
Paper Session: Goals and Non-Functional Requirements

Where do Goals Come from: the Underlying Principles of Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering (Abstract)

Gil Regev , Polytechnique F?d?rale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Alain Wegmann , Polytechnique F?d?rale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
pp. 353-362

Reverse Engineering Goal Models from Legacy Code (Abstract)

Yijun Yu , Univ. of Toronto
Yiqiao Wang , Univ. of Toronto
John Mylopoulos , Univ. of Toronto
Sotirios Liaskos , Univ. of Toronto
Alexei Lapouchnian , Univ. of Toronto
pp. 363-372

Non-Functional Requirements in Industry - Three Case Studies Adopting an Experience-based NFR Method (Abstract)

Joerg Doerr , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering
Daniel Kerkow , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering
Tom Koenig , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering
Thomas Olsson , Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering
Takeshi Suzuki , Ricoh Co. Ltd.
pp. 373-384
Practitioner Track: Quality Improvement

Overcoming the Traceability Benefit Problem (Abstract)

Paul Arkley , University of Newcastle
Steve Riddle , University of Newcastle
pp. 385-389

Quality Analysis of NL Requirements: An Industrial Case Study (Abstract)

A. Bucchiarone , Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell?Informazione
S. Gnesi , Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell?Informazione
P. Pierini , Siemens C.N.X. S.p.A., R. & D.
pp. 390-394

"Business Process" Oriented Requirements Engineering Process (Abstract)

Tomoyuki Arao , Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.
Eiji Goto , Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.
Tomoko Nagata , Nomura Research Institute, Ltd.
pp. 395-402
Practitioner Track: Invited Talks on Industry Experience
Practitioner Track: Processes and Models

What Influences the Requirements Process in Industry? A Report on Industrial Practice (Abstract)

Ian Alexander , Scenario Plus Ltd
Suzanne Robertson , Atlantic Systems Guild Ltd
Neil Maiden , City University, London
pp. 411-415

S-RaP: A Concurrent Prototyping Process for Refining Workflow-Oriented Requirements (Abstract)

Xiping Song , Siemens Corporate Research
Gilberto Matos , Siemens Corporate Research
Beatrice Hwong , Siemens Corporate Research
Arnold Rudorfer , Siemens Corporate Research
Christopher Nelson , Siemens Corporate Research
pp. 416-420

Model-Driven Visual Requirements Engineering (Abstract)

Helge Solheim , Troux Technologies
Frank Lillehagen , Troux Technologies
Sobah A. Petersen , Troux Technologies
Havard Jorgensen , Troux Technologies
Maria Anastasiou , Intracom
pp. 421-428
Practitioner Track: Case Studies and Lessons Learned

The Extravehicular Mobility Unit: Case Study in Requirements Evolution (Abstract)

Nicole C. Jordan , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Joseph H. Saleh , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dava J. Newman , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 434-438

Linking the Business View to Requirements Engineering: Long-Term Product Planning by Roadmapping (Abstract)

Laura Lehtola , Helsinki University of Technology
Marjo Kauppinen , Helsinki University of Technology
Sari Kujala , Helsinki University of Technology
pp. 439-446
Panels

To do or not to do: If the requirements engineering payoff is so good, why aren?t more companies doing it? (PDF)

Daniel M. Berry , University of Waterloo, Canada
Daniela Damian , University of Victoria, Canada
Anthony Finkelstein , University College London
Don Gause , State University of New York
Robert Hall , AT&T Bell Laboratories
Alan Wassyng , McMaster University, Canada
pp. 447

Are Requirements Engineering best practices the same for all industries? (PDF)

Gauthier Fanmuy , PSA Peugeot Citroen
Frederique Populus , AIRBUS (France)
Jean Rene , Ruault, DGA
Jeremy Dick , TELELOGIC
Sjaak Brinkkemper , Institute of Information and Computing Sciences (Netherland)
Matthias Weber , Daimler Chrysler, Germany
Philippe Baron , ADN, France
pp. 448
Research Demonstrations

ST-Tool: A CASE Tool for Security Requirements Engineering (Abstract)

Paolo Giorgini , University of Trento
Fabio Massacci , University of Trento
John Mylopoulos , University of Toronto
Nicola Zannone , University of Trento
pp. 451-452

iVuBlender: A Tool for Merging Incomplete and Inconsistent Views (Abstract)

Mehrdad Sabetzadeh , University of Toronto
Steve Easterbrook , University of Toronto
pp. 453-454

REDEPEND-REACT: an Architecture Analysis Tool (Abstract)

Gemma Grau , Universitat Polit?cnica de Catalunya
Xavier Franch , Universitat Polit?cnica de Catalunya
Neil A.M. Maiden , Centre for HCI Design. City University, London
pp. 455-456

DesCOTS-EV: A Tool for the Evaluation of COTS Components (Abstract)

Carme Quer , Universitat Polit?cnica de Catalunya, Spain
Xavier Franch , Universitat Polit?cnica de Catalunya, Spain
Xavier Lopez-Pelegrin , Universitat Polit?cnica de Catalunya, Spain
pp. 457-460
Poster Presentations

Reusable Knowledge for Satisficing Usability Requirements (Abstract)

Luiz Marcio Cysneiros , Technology Program York University - Canada
Vera Maria Werneck , University of Rio de Janeiro
Andre Kushniruk , University of Victoria Canada
pp. 463-464

Use Cases based Requirements Validation with Scenarios (Abstract)

Stephane S. Some , (SITE) University of Ottawa
pp. 465-466

An ASM Operational Semantics for Use Case Maps (Abstract)

Jameleddine Hassine , Concordia University
Juergen Rilling , Concordia University
Rachida Dssouli , Concordia University
pp. 467-468

Modelling Assumptions and Requirements in the Context of Project Risk (Abstract)

Andriy Miranskyy , Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Western Ontario
Nazim Madhavji , Department of Computer Science, University of Western Ontario
Matt Davison , Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Western Ontario
Mark Reesor , Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Western Ontario
pp. 471-472

CoCA: A Composition-Centric Approach to Requirements Engineering (Abstract)

Ruzanna Chitchyan , Lancaster University
Ian Sommerville , Lancaster University
Awais Rashid , Lancaster University
pp. 475-476

Eliciting User Requirements for Ambient Intelligent Systems: A Case Study (Abstract)

Ana Ivanovic , University of Twente
Aga Matysiak , Oce, Venlo, the Netherlands
Klaas Sikkel , University of Twente
Roel Wieringa , University of Twente
pp. 477-478

Computer-Assisted and Customer-Oriented Requirements Elicitation (Abstract)

K. Li, R.G. Dewar , Heriot-Watt University
R.J. Pooley , Heriot-Watt University
pp. 479-480

Exploring the role of requirements engineering in improving risk management (Abstract)

James Chisan , University of Victoria
Daniela Damian , University of Victoria
pp. 481-482

Early-AIM: An Approach for Identifying Aspects in Requirements (Abstract)

Am?rico Sampaio , Lancaster University
Awais Rashid , Lancaster University
Paul Rayson , Lancaster University
pp. 487-488

REPARE: The Requirements Engineering Patterns Repository (Abstract)

Lars Hagge , Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg
Kathrin Lappe , Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg
Tobias Schmidt , Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg
pp. 489-490

Using Cognitive Modeling for Requirements Engineering in Anesthesiology (Abstract)

Constanze Pott , University of Groningen
Joost le Feber , University of Twente
pp. 491-492

Finding Competitive Advantage in Requirements Analysis Education (Abstract)

Takashi Fuji , Hokkaido Information University
pp. 493-494
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

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