11th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference [electronic resource] : proceedings : 8-12 September, 2003, Monterey Bay, California, USA /
sponsored by IEEE Computer Society ... [et al.] ; in cooperation with ACM SigSOFT ... [et al.].
Los Alamitos, Calif. : IEEE Computer Society, c2003.
xv, 378 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
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Los Alamitos, Calif. : IEEE Computer Society, c2003.
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general note
"IEEE Computer Society Order Number PR01980"--T.p. verso.
"RE 2003"--Half T.p.
Previous conference was also entitled: Joint International Conference on Requirements Engineering, and was considered to be the tenth in a series of conferences on the subject.
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Includes bibliographical references and author index.
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Table of Contents
Forewordp. x
Call for Papersp. xii
Organizing Committeep. xiii
Program Committeep. xiv
Additional Reviewersp. xv
Keynote Addresses
Requirements for the Internetp. 3
The Journey toward Secure Systems: Achieving Assurancep. 5
Modern Systems Engineering: A Driving Force for Industrial Competitivity!p. 6
Technical Papers
Requirements Evolution
In Situ Requirements Analysis: A Deeper Examination of the Relationship between Requirements Determination and Project Selectionp. 11
Requirements Stability Assessment Using Scenariosp. 23
Resolving Requirements Discovery in Testing and Operationsp. 33
Requirements for Business Systems
Lessons Learnt from Five Years of Experience in ERP Requirements Engineeringp. 45
Requirements Engineering for a Pervasive Health Care Systemp. 55
Monitoring Web Service Requirementsp. 65
DWARF: An Approach for Requirements Definition and Management of Data Warehouse Systemsp. 75
Combining Formal and Informal Techniques
Acquiring and Incorporating State-Dependent Timing Requirementsp. 87
Refinement-Based Requirements Modeling Using Triggered Message Sequence Chartsp. 95
Specifying and Analyzing Early Requirements: Some Experimental Resultsp. 105
Goal-Driven Requirements
Requirements Analysis for Customizable Software: A Goals-Skills-Preferences Frameworkp. 117
Adding Hypermedia Requirements to Goal-Driven Analysisp. 127
Improving Requirements Tracing via Information Retrievalp. 138
Requirements Elicitation
Security and Privacy Requirements Analysis within a Social Settingp. 151
Formal Structure for Specifying the Content and Quality of the Electronic Health Recordp. 162
Elicitation Technique Selection: How Do Experts Do It?p. 169
Making Formal Techniques Usable
A Reference Model for Requirements Engineeringp. 181
Understanding and Comparing Model-Based Specification Notationsp. 188
Deriving Tabular Event-Based Specifications from Goal-Oriented Requirements Modelsp. 200
Requirements Elicitation (2)
Determining Socio-technical Systems Requirements: Experiences with Generating and Walking through Scenariosp. 213
Requirements Elicitation for the Design of Venue Operations for the Athens 2004 Olympic Gamesp. 223
Teaching Requirements Engineering through Role Playing: Lessons Learntp. 233
Requirements Prioritizing and Negotiation
A Benchmarking Method for Information Systemsp. 245
An Analytical Model for Requirements Selection Quality Evaluation in Product Software Developmentp. 254
Evolutionary Requirements Analysisp. 264
Industry Talks
Requirements Analysis
Customer Requirements and User Requirements: Why the Discrepancies?p. 279
Evaluating the Quality of a UML Business Modelp. 280
Using Convergent Design Processes to Surface Hidden Ambiguity and Conflict in Requirementsp. 281
Requirements Gathering
Embracing Requirements Variety for e-Governments Based on Multiple Product-Lines Frameworksp. 285
From Requirements to Release Criteria: Specifying, Monitoring, and Demonstrating Product Qualityp. 286
The Automated Extraction of Requirements from UML Modelsp. 287
Metrics & Measurement
Measuring Requirements Traceability from Multiple Angles at Multiple Lifecycle Entry Pointsp. 291
One Approach to the Metric Baselining Imperative for Requirements Processesp. 292
RE in Flatness Measurement and Control Systems Development at ABBp. 293
State of Practice
Daily Challenges in Requirements Engineeringp. 297
Practical Lessons from 40 System Integrating Projectsp. 298
Requirements Based Testing at HP OpenViewp. 299
Testing & Traceability
Testing with Partial Traced Requirements: A Necessary Step towards Higher Quality System Level Verificationp. 303
Requirements, Configuration Management and Traceability for Safety Critical Softwarep. 304
Requirement Tracking: A Streamlined Approachp. 305
Ontology as a Requirements Engineering Productp. 309
Scenario-Based Requirements Engineeringp. 320
QFD for Customer-Focused Requirements Engineeringp. 330
Panel Sessions
Marketing Meets Requirements Engineeringp. 341
Requirements Engineering in Practice: Making the Business Case for Requirements Engineeringp. 342
Poster Presentations and Research Tool Demos
Posters and Demos Session 1
Nimbus: A Tool for Specification Centered Developmentp. 349
FAUST: Formal Analysis Using Specification Toolsp. 350
SMaRT-Scenario Management and Requirements Toolp. 351
Relating Practitioner Needs to Research Activitiesp. 352
Poster Presentations
Contrasting Use Case, Goal, and Scenario Analysis of the Euronet Systemp. 355
Trade-Off Analysis between Security Policies for Java Mobile Codes and Requirements for Java Applicationp. 357
Bringing Usability to the Early Stages of Software Developmentp. 359
Posters and Demos Session 2
Poster Presentations
Goal-Oriented Idea Generation Method for Requirements Elicitationp. 363
Software Requirements for Architectured Systemsp. 365
Market Driven Requirements Elicitation via Critical Success Chainsp. 367
Integrating RE Methods to Support Use Case Based Requirements Specificationp. 369
Introducing Abuse Frames for Analysing Security Requirementsp. 371
An Approach to Visualise and Reconcile Use Case Descriptions from Multiple Viewpointsp. 373
Media-Assisted Product and Process Requirements Traceability in Supply Chainsp. 375
Author Indexp. 377
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