Conference Program

Overview

Monday (12/09) Tuesday (13/09) Wednesday (14/09) Thursday (15/09) Friday (16/09)
Day Workshops

Tutorials
Doctoral Symposium

Workshops

Tutorials
Keynote: Jan Bosch

Research/Industry Tracks

RE@Next! Tracks
Keynote: Yu Zheng

Research/Industry Tracks

RE@Next! Tracks

Posters and Demos

Panel
Keynote: Robyn Lutz

Research/Industry Tracks

MIP Award Session

Closing
Evening Reception OC/PC/RC Dinner Banquet

Detailed Program

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Monday, September 12, 2016
Friendship Hotel Zhongguan Xinyuan Global Village
08:30
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17:00

Workshops

  • AIRE -  3rd International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Requirements Engineering  (WS01)  [Room:  Meeting Room VIP, Building No.8]

  • ESPRE -  3rd Workshop on Evolving Security and Privacy Requirements Engineering  (WS02)  [Room:  Meeting Room No.2, Building No.8]

  • iRENIC -  1st Requirements Engineering for Investigating and Countering Crime  (WS03)  [Room:  Meeting Room No.3, Building No.8]

  • iStar -  9th International i* Workshop  (WS04)  [Room:  Meeting Room No.5, Building No.8]

  • MoDRE -  6th International Model-Driven Requirements Engineering Workshop  (WS05)  [Room:  Meeting Room No.1, Building No.8]

  • RE4SuSy -  5th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Sustainable Systems  (WS06)  [Room:  Meeting Room No.1, Building No.8]

08:30
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17:00

Tutorials

  • Product Line Strategy Choices and their Impact on Feature Management  (T01)  [Room:  Tower Shadow A, Building No.1]

  • Writing better requirements with EARS+  (T02)  [Room:  Tower Shadow B, Building No.1]

  • Effective User Survey Design and Data Analysis  (T03)  [Room:  Lake View A, Building No.1]

  • User Story Best Practices: Requirements in Agile Context  (T04)  [Room:  Lake View B, Building No.1]

Coffee Breaks (10:00-10:30 & 15:00-15:30)
Lunch (12:00-13:30)
Tuesday,September 13, 2016
Friendship Hotel Zhongguan Xinyuan Global Village
08:30
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17:00

Workshops

  • iStar -  9th International i* Workshop  (WS04)  [Room:  Meeting Room No.5, Building No.8]

  • RELAW -  9th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law  (WS07)  [Room:  Meeting Room VIP, Building No.8]

  • RePa -  6th International Workshop on Requirements Patterns  (WS08)  [Room:  Meeting Room No.1, Building No.8]

  • IWSPM -  9th International Workshop on Software Product Management  (WS10)  [Room:  Meeting Room No.3, Building No.8]

Doctoral Symposium

Room: Meeting Room No.2, Building No.8

Keynote: How to Finish that Damn PhD
Speaker: Daniel M. Berry
How to Finish that Damn PhD

  • Towards an Approach to Stimulate Architectural Thinking during Requirements Engineering Phase  (D01)

  • Exact Analysis for Next Release Problem  (D02)

  • The Generation and Evolution of Adaptation Rules in Requirements Driven Self-adaptive Systems  (D08)


    • Quality-Impact Assessment of software Systems  (D09)

    • Requirements Traceability Technologies Selection for Industry  (D04)

    • Open Discussion

08:30
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12:00

Tutorials

  • Security Requirements Engineering  (T06)  [Room:  Tower Shadow B, Building No.1]

  • Modeling and Analysis with the User Requirements Notation 2.0: Features, Goals, and Scenarios  (T07)  [Room:  Lake View A, Building No.1]

  • Writing Good Requirements  (T08)  [Room:  Lake View B, Building No.1]

  • Applying Model Driven Engineering and Domain Specific Languages to Requirements Engineering  (T09)  [Room:  Lake View D, Building No.1]

13:30
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17:00

Tutorials

  • Security Requirements Engineering  (T06)  [Room:  Tower Shadow B, Building No.1]

  • Modeling and Analysis with the User Requirements Notation 2.0: Features, Goals, and Scenarios  (T07)  [Room:  Lake View A, Building No.1]

  • Writing Good Requirements  (T08)  [Room:  Lake View B, Building No.1]

  • Variability-Oriented Requirements Engineering  (T10)  [Room:  Tower Shadow A, Building No.1]

  • Product Management Essentials  (T11)  [Room:  Lake View D, Building No.1]

Coffee Breaks (10:00-10:30 & 15:00-15:30)
Lunch (12:00-13:30)
Reception (18:30-21:00)
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Friendship Hotel
08:30
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10:00
Opening
Keynote: Delivering Customer Value in the Age of Autonomous, Continuously Evolving Systems
Speaker: Jan Bosch
Chairs: Xavier Franch
Room: Function Room, Building No.1
Delivering Customer Value in the Age of Autonomous, Continuously Evolving Systems  (K01)
Coffee Break (10:00-10:30)
10:30
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12:00
Research/Industry: Writing Requirements
Chairs: Michael Panis
Room: Meeting Room No.1, Building No.8

  • Challenging Incompleteness of Performance Requirements by Sentence Pattern  (R07)

  • Listens Learned (8 Lessons Learned Applying EARS)  (I11)

  • RAMP: Requirements Authors Mentoring Program  (I08)

Research/Industry: Requirements Visualization and User Interaction
Chairs: Nan Niu
Room: Meeting Room No.5, Building No.8

  • Requirements Engineering Visualization: A Systematic Literature Review  (R18)

  • What Is the Impact of Bad Layout in the Understandability of Social Goal Models for Requirements Engineering?  (R12)

  • An Exploratory Study on User Interaction Challenges When Handling Interconnected Requirements Artifacts of Various Sizes  (R11)

Lunch (12:00-13:30)
13:30
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15:00
Research/Industry: Elicitation I
Chairs: Samuel Fricker
Room: Meeting Room No.1, Building No.8

  • Stimulating Stakeholders' Imagination: New Creativity Triggers for Eliciting Novel Requirements  (R02)

  • Acquiring Creative Requirements from the Crowd: Understanding the Influences of Individual Personality and Creative Potential in Crowd-RE  (R19)

  • Improving Requirements Quality by Tool-Supported Video Analysis: A Comparative Evaluation  (R08)

Research/Industry: Traceability
Chairs: Jane Hayes
Room: Meeting Room No.5, Building No.8

  • Collaborative Traceability Management: Challenges and Opportunities  (R04)

  • Trace++: A Traceability Approach for Agile Software Engineering  (R21)

  • TraceBoK: Toward a Software Requirements Traceability Body of Knowledge  (I05)

REJ Meeting
Room: Meeting Room No.3, Building No.8

Coffee Break (15:00-15:30)
15:30
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17:00
Research/Industry: Managing Requirements
Chairs: Krzystof Wnuk
Room: Meeting Room No.1, Building No.8

  • Managing Requirements Change the Informal Way! When Saying 'No' Is Not an Option  (R22)

  • Requirements and Test Documentation Management: State of Practice in Fifteen Companies  (R15)

  • ResDevOps: A Software Engineering Framework for Achieving Long-lasting Complex Systems  (I02)

RE@Next!: Exploring frontiers in: Elicitation & Analysis
Chairs: Aaron Massey
Room: Meeting Room No.5, Building No.8

  • Empowering Requirements Elicitation Interviews with Vocal and Biofeedback Analysis  (N06)

  • Requirements Engineering as Innovation Journalism: A Research Preview  (N07)

  • Is it a New Feature or Simply Don’t-know-yet? On Automated Redundant OSS Feature Requests Identification  (N08)

  • Complete Traceability for Requirements in Satisfaction Arguments  (N10)

SC Meeting
Room: Meeting Room No.3, Building No.8

OC/PC/RC Dinner (18:30-21:00)
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Friendship Hotel
08:30
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10:00
BP Award
Keynote: Urban Computing: Using Big Data to Solve Urban Challenges
Speaker: Yu Zheng
Chairs: Zhi Jin
Room: Function Room, Building No.1
Urban Computing: Using Big Data to Solve Urban Challenges  (K03)
Coffee Break (10:00-10:30)
10:30
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12:00
Research/Industry: Goal Modelling
Chairs: Gunter Mussbacher
Room: Meeting Room No.1, Building No.8

  • Goal-Oriented Requirements Engineering: A Systematic Literature Map  (R09)

  • Advancing Repeated Research in Requirements Engineering: A Theoretical Replication of Viewpoint Merging  (R10)

  • Looking into the Crystal Ball: Requirements Evolution over Time  (R01)

Research/Industry: Elicitation II
Chairs: Alistair Mavin
Room: Meeting Room No.5, Building No.8

  • Ambiguity Cues in Requirements Elicitation Interviews  (R03)

  • A Serious Game for Eliciting Social Engineering Security Requirements  (R14)

  • Requirements Elicitation and Derivation of Security Policy Templates - An Industrial Case Study  (I07)

Lunch (12:00-13:30)
13:30
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15:00
Research/Industry: Privacy Requirements
Chairs: Sjaak Brinkkemper
Room: Meeting Room No.1, Building No.8

  • A Theory of Vagueness and Privacy Risk Perception  (R17)

  • Privacy Requirements: Findings and Lessons Learned in Developing a Privacy Platform  (I06)

  • Experiences in the Development and Usage of a Privacy Requirements Framework  (I09)

RE@Next!: Exploring frontiers in: Modelling language
Chairs: Eya Ben Charrada
Room: Meeting Room No.5, Building No.8

  • AnalyticGraph.com: Toward Next Generation Requirements Modeling and Reasoning Tools  (N03)

  • Towards Improved Requirements Engineering with SysML and the User Requirements Notation  (N05)

  • Towards Modelling and Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Requirements  (N09)

  • Towards a Marketplace of Visual Elements for Notation Design  (N11)

Panel: Requirements Engineering for the Digital Transformation
Chairs: Carlos Henrique C. Duarte and Christof Ebert
Room: Meeting Room No.2, Building No.8

    Panelists:
     - Akiyuki Takoshima, R&D, Denso Corporation, Japan
     - Felipe Rubim, General Manager at CI&T Asia Pacific, China
     - Ian Oliver, R&D, Nokia, Finland
     - Sarah Gregory, R&D, Intel, USA
     - Guoxiang Lu, IT, CVIC SE, China
     - Christof Ebert, Vector Consulting Services, Germany
     - Carlos Duarte, National Bank of Social and Economic Development (BNDES), Brazil
Coffee Break (15:00-15:30)
15:30
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17:00
Research/Industry: Requirements Mining
Chairs: Pete Sawyer
Room: Meeting Room No.1, Building No.8

  • Mining Requirements Knowledge from Collections of Domain Documents  (R05)

  • A Needle in a Haystack: What Do Twitter Users Say about Software?  (R13)

  • Software Feature Request Detection in Issue Tracking Systems  (R16)

RE@Next!: Exploring frontiers in: Requirements Engineering tasks and processes
Chairs: Fabiano Dalpiaz
Room: Meeting Room No.5, Building No.8

  • Continuous Requirements Engineering Using Model Federation  (N01)

  • Beyond Awareness Requirements  (N02)

  • Acceptance Requirements and Their Gamification Solutions  (N04)

Posters and tool demos
Chairs: Birgit Penzenstadler and Yijun Yu
Room: Meeting Room No.2, Building No.8

  • Application of Artifact-based RE in Fortified Cards  (P01)

  • i*ToNuSMV: A prototype for enabling model checking of i* models  (P02)

  • Generating Test Cases from Problem Diagrams Based on Problem Progression: a Tool-Based Approach  (P03)

  • SCCMT: A Stigmergy-based Collaborative Conceptual Modeling Tool  (P04)

  • A Modular Requirements Engineering Framework for Web-based Toolchain Integration  (P05)

  • Capra: A Configurable and Extendable Traceability Management Tool  (P06)

  • Mobility Requirements Engineering Tool (MoRE)  (P07)

  • RE-PREF: Support for REassessment of PREFerences of Non-functional Requirements for Better Decision-making in Self-adaptive Systems  (P08)

  • Definition of a behavior-driven model for requirements specification and testing of interactive system  (D05)

  • Towards a Regulator-Oriented Regulatory Intelligence Framework  (D06)

  • Evaluation of Requirements Models  (D07)

Banquet (18:30 - 21:00)
Friday, September 16, 2016
Friendship Hotel
08:30
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10:00
Keynote: Requirements for molecular programmed nanosystems
Speaker: Robyn Lutz
Chairs: Emmanuel Letier
Room: Function Room, Building No.1
Requirements for molecular programmed nanosystems  (K02)
Coffee Break (10:00-10:30)
10:30
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12:00
Research/Industry: Modelling and Simulations
Chairs: Eric Yu
Room: Meeting Room No.1, Building No.8

  • Nane: Identifying Misuse Cases Using Temporal Norm Enactments  (R06)

  • Model-Based Simulation of Legal Requirements: Experience from Tax Policy Simulation  (I01)

  • Automated Extraction of Conceptual Models from User Stories via NLP  (R20)

Industry: Domain-Specific Requirement Application
Chairs: Sarah Gregory
Room: Meeting Room No.5, Building No.8

  • Requirements Engineering for Health Data Analytics  (I03)

  • A Two-Stage Inspection Process for Automotive Software Systems and Its Practical Applications  (I04)

  • Requirements Engineering for Retrofit Application  (I10)

Lunch (12:00-13:30)
13:30
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15:00
MIP Award Talk: Feature Diagrams: A Survey and A Formal Semantics
Speaker: Pierre-Yves Schobbens, Patrick Heymans, Jean-Christophe Trigaux, and Yves Bontemps
Chairs: Martin Glinz
Room: Meeting Room No.5, Building No.8
Feature Diagrams: A Survey and A Formal Semantics
Closing