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R01 Looking into the Crystal Ball: Requirements Evolution over Time
Alicia M. Grubb and Marsha Chechik
(University of Toronto, Canada)

Research

Accepted

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R02 Stimulating Stakeholders' Imagination: New Creativity Triggers for Eliciting Novel Requirements
Corentin Burnay, Jennifer Horkoff and Neil Maiden
(University of Namur, Belgium; City University London, United Kingdom)

Research

Accepted

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R03 Ambiguity Cues in Requirements Elicitation Interviews
Alessio Ferrari, Paola Spoletini and Stefania Gnesi
(ISTI-CNR, Italy; Kennesaw State University, Marietta campus, United States)

Research

Accepted

03
R04 Collaborative Traceability Management: Challenges and Opportunities
Rebekka Wohlrab, Jan-Philipp Steghöfer, Eric Knauss, Salome Maro and Anthony Anjorin
(Chalmers | University of Gothenburg, Sweden)

Research

Accepted

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R05 Mining Requirements Knowledge from Collections of Domain Documents
Xiaoli Lian, Mona Rahimi, Jane Cleland-Huang, Li Zhang, Remo Ferrari and Michael Smith
(Beihang University, China; DePaul University, United States; Rail Automation, Siemens Industry, New York, United States)

Research

Accepted

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R06 Nane: Identifying Misuse Cases Using Temporal Norm Enactments
Ozgur Kafali, Munindar Singh and Laurie Williams
(North Carolina State University, United States)

Research

Accepted

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R07 Challenging Incompleteness of Performance Requirements by Sentence Pattern
Jonas Eckhardt,Andreas Vogelsang,Henning Femmer and Philipp Mager
(Technical University of Munich, Germanys)

Research

Accepted

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R08 Improving Requirements Quality by Tool-Supported Video Analysis: A Comparative Evaluation
Oliver Karras, Stephan Kiesling and Kurt Schneider
(Leibniz Universität Hannover, Software Engineering Group, Germany)

Research

Accepted

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R09 Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering: A Systematic Literature Map
Jennifer Horkoff, Fatma Başak Aydemir, Evellin Cardoso, Tong Li, Alejandro Mate, Elda Paja, Mattia Salnitri, John Mylopoulos, Paolo Giorgini
(City University London, United Kingdom; University of Trento, Italy; University of Alicante, Spain)

Research

Accepted

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R10 Advancing Repeated Research in Requirements Engineering: A Theoretical Replication of Viewpoint Merging
Nan Niu, Amy Koshoffer, Linda Newman, Charu Khatwani, Chatura Samarasinghe and Juha Savolainen
(University of Cincinnati, United States; Roche Diagnostics, Switzerland)

Research

Accepted

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R11 An Exploratory Study on User Interaction Challenges When Handling Interconnected Requirements Artifacts of Various Sizes
Parisa Ghazi and Martin Glinz
(University of Zurich, Departement for Informatics, Switzerland)

Research

Accepted

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R12 What Is the Impact of Bad Layout in the Understandability of Social Goal Models for Requirements Engineering?
Mafalda Santos, Catarina Gralha, Miguel Goulão, João Araújo, Ana Moreira, João Cambeiro
(NOVA LINCS, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal)

Research

Accepted

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R13 A Needle in a Haystack: What Do Twitter Users Say about Software?
Emitza Guzman, Rana Alkadhi and Norbert Seyff
(University of Zurich, Switzerland; Technische Universität München and King Saud University, Germany; University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland and University of Zurich, Switzerland)

Research

Accepted

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R14 A Serious Game for Eliciting Social Engineering Security Requirements
Kristian Beckers and Sebastian Pape
(Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany; Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany)

Research

Accepted

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R15 Requirements and Test Documentation Management: State of Practice in Fifteen Companies
Sofija Hotomski, Eya Ben Charrada and Martin Glinz
(University of Zurich, Department for Informatics, Switzerland)

Research

Accepted

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R16 Software Feature Request Detection in Issue Tracking Systems
Thorsten Merten, Matúš Falis, Paul Hübner, Thomas Quirchmayr, Simone Bürsner and Barbara Paech
(Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Germany; The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; University of Heidelberg, Germany; University of Heidelberg, Germany; Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Germany; University of Heidelberg, Germany)

Research

Accepted

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R17 A Theory of Vagueness and Privacy Risk Perception
Jaspreet Bhatia, Travis D. Breaux, Joel R. Reidenberg and Thomas B. Norton
(Carnegie Mellon University, United States; Fordham University School of Law, United States)

Research

Accepted

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R18 Requirements Engineering Visualization: A Systematic Literature Review
Zahra Shakeri Hossein Abad, Mohammad Noaeen and Guenther Ruhe
(University of Calgary, Canada)

Research

Accepted

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R19 Acquiring Creative Requirements from the Crowd: Understanding the Influences of Individual Personality and Creative Potential in Crowd-RE
Pradeep Kumar Murukannaiah, Nirav Ajmeri and Munindar Singh
(North Carolina State University, United States)

Research

Accepted

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R20 Automated Extraction of Conceptual Models from User Stories via NLP
Marcel Robeer, Garm Lucassen, Jan Martijn E.M. Van Der Werf, Fabiano Dalpiaz and Sjaak Brinkkemper
(Utrecht University, Netherlands; Utrecht University, Netherlands)

Research

Accepted

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R21 Trace++: A Traceability Approach for Agile Software Engineering
Felipe Furtado and Andrea Zisman
(Computing Department, The Open University, United Kingdom)

Research

Accepted

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R22 Managing Requirements Change the Informal Way! When Saying 'No' Is Not an Option
Waqar Hussain, Didar Zowghi, Tony Clear, Stephen MacDonell and Kelly Blincoe
(Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand; University of Technology Sydney, Australia)

Research

Accepted

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I01 Model-Based Simulation of Legal Requirements: Experience from Tax Policy Simulation
Ghanem Soltana, Mehrdad Sabetzadeh and Lionel C. Briand
(SnT Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)

Industry

Accepted

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I02 ResDevOps: A Software Engineering Framework for Achieving Long-lasting Complex Systems
Angelo Furfaro, Teresa Gallo, Alfredo Garro, Domenico Saccà and Andrea Tundis
(University of Calabria / OKT srl, Italy; University of Calabria / Herzum srl, Italy; University of Calabria, Italy)

Industry

Accepted

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I03 Requirements Engineering for Health Data Analytics
Lin Liu, Letong Feng, Zhanqiang Cao and Jingdong Li
(Tsinghua University, China)

Industry

Accepted

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I04 A Two-Stage Inspection Process for Automotive Software Systems and Its Practical Applications
Akiyuki Takoshima and Mikio Aoyama
(DENSO CORPORATION, Japan; Nanzan University, Japan)

Industry

Accepted

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I05 TraceBoK: Toward a Software Requirements Traceability Body of Knowledge
Ana Marcia Debiasi Duarte, Denio Duarte and Marcello Thiry
(Universidade do Oeste de Santa Catarina, Brazil; Universidade Federal da Fronteira Sul, Brazil; Universidade do Vale do Itajaí, Brazil)

Industry

Accepted

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I06 Privacy Requirements: Findings and Lessons Learned in Developing a Privacy Platform
Mohamad Gharib, Mattia Salnitri, Elda Paja, Paolo Giorgini, Haralambos Mouratidis, Michalis Pavlidis, Jose F. F Ruiz and Sandra Fernandez
(University of Trento, Italy; University of Brighton, UK; Atos, Spain; Bambino Gesu Children's Hospital, Italy)

Industry

Accepted

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I07 Requirements Elicitation and Derivation of Security Policy Templates - An Industrial Case Study
Manuel Rudolph, Denis Feth, Joerg Doerr and Joerg Spilker
(Fraunhofer IESE, Germany; Datev eG, Germany)

Industry

Accepted

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I08 RAMP: Requirements Authors Mentoring Program
John Terzakis, Sarah Gregory
(Intel Corporation, United States)

Industry

Accepted

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I09 Experiences in the Development and Usage of a Privacy Requirements Framework
Ian Oliver
(Bell Labs, Nokia, Finland)

Industry

Accepted

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I10 Requirements Engineering for Retrofit Application
Jason Baker, Patrick Ferraioli, Luis R. Pereira, Abram Hudson, Gregg Barton,Sagar Bhatt,Matt Fritz,Ryan Odegard
(Transocean, United States; Barrios Technology, United States; Draper, United States)

Industry

Accepted

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I11 Listens Learned (8 Lessons Learned Applying EARS)
Alistair Mavin, Philip Wilkinson, Sarah Gregory and Eero Uusitalo
(Rolls-Royce, United Kingdom; Intel, United States; IntoWorks, Finland)

Industry

Accepted

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N01 Continuous Requirements Engineering Using Model Federation
Fahad Rafique Golra, Antoine Beugnard, Fabien Dagnat, Sylvain Guerin and Christophe Guychard
(Telecom Bretagne, France; Openflexo and France)

RE@Next!

Accepted

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N02 Beyond Awareness Requirements
Alistair Sutcliffe and Pete Sawyer
(University of Lancaster, United Kingdom)

RE@Next!

Accepted

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N03 AnalyticGraph.com: Toward Next Generation Requirements Modeling and Reasoning Tools
Joseph Gillain, Corentin Burnay, Ivan Jureta and Stéphane Faulkner
(University of Namur, Belgium)

RE@Next!

Accepted

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N04 Acceptance Requirements and Their Gamification Solutions
Luca Piras, Paolo Giorgini and John Mylopoulos
(University of Trento, Italy)

RE@Next!

Accepted

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N05 Towards Improved Requirements Engineering with SysML and the User Requirements Notation
Daniel Amyot, Amal Ahmed Anda, Malak Baslyman, Lysanne Lessard and Jean-Michel Bruel
(University of Ottawa, Canada; University of Ottawa and IRHM, Canada; Université de Toulouse and IRIT, France)

RE@Next!

Accepted

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N06 Empowering Requirements Elicitation Interviews with Vocal and Biofeedback Analysis
Paola Spoletini, Casey Brock, Rahat Shahwar and Alessio Ferrari
(Kennesaw State University, United States; ISTI-CNR, Italy)

RE@Next!

Accepted

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N07 Requirements Engineering as Innovation Journalism: A Research Preview
Samuel Fricker, Ernest Wallmüller and Ina Paschen
(FHNW, Switzerland; Qualität & Informatik, Switzerland)

RE@Next!

Accepted

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N08 Is it a New Feature or Simply Don’t-know-yet? On Automated Redundant OSS Feature Requests Identification
Lin Shi, Celia Chen, Qing Wang and Barry Boehm
(Laboratory for Internet Software Technologies, Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; Center for Systems and Software Engineering, University of Southern California, United States)

RE@Next!

Accepted

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N09 Towards Modelling and Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Requirements
Mounir Touzani, Christophe Ponsard
(LIRMM, France; CETIC, Belgium)

RE@Next!

Accepted

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N10 Complete Traceability for Requirements in Satisfaction Arguments
Anitha Murugesan, Michael Whalen, Elaheh Ghassabani and Mats Heimdahl
(University of Minnesota, United States)

RE@Next!

Accepted

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N11 Towards a Marketplace of Visual Elements for Notation Design
Dirk van der Linden, Irit Hadar and Anna Zamansky
(University of Haifa, Israel)

RE@Next!

Accepted

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Organizers

Program Co-Chair

Xavier Franch
University Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

Program Co-Chair

Emmanuel Letier
University College London, UK

Industry Co-Chair

Carlos Henrique C. Duarte
Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES), Brazil

Industry Co-Chair

Christof Ebert
Vector Consulting Services, Germany

RE@Next! Co-Chair

Travis Breaux
Carnegie Mellon University, USA

RE@Next! Co-Chair

Anna Perini
FBK-ICT, Italy