List of Accepted Papers:

Research Track

Paper ID: Authors “Titles”

16: Jacek Dąbrowski, Emmanuel Letier, Anna Perini, Angelo Susi “Mining User Feedback For Software Engineering: Use Cases and Reference Architecture”

17: Md Nafee Al Islam, Yihong Ma, Pedro Alarcon, Nitesh Chawla, Jane Cleland-Huang “RESAM: Requirements Elicitation and Specification for Deep-Learning Anomaly Models with Applications to UAV Flight Controllers”

18: Alistair Sutcliffe, Pete Sawyer, Nelly Bencomo "The Implications of “Soft Requirements”

24: Peter Devine, James Tizard, Hechen Wang, Yun Sing Koh, Kelly Blincoe “What’s Inside a Cluster of Software User Feedback: A Study of Characterisation Methods”

26: Travis Breaux, Thomas Norton “Legal Accountability as Software Quality: A U.S. Data Processing Perspective”

31: Jianzhang Zhang, Sisi Chen, Jinping Hua, Nan Niu, Chuang Liu “Automatic Terminology Extraction and Ranking for Feature Modeling”

32: Melanie Schmedes, Maike Ahrens, Lukas Nagel, Kurt Schneider “Enriching Vision Videos with Text: An Eye Tracking Study”

43: Yixing Luo, Xiao-Yi Zhang, Paolo Arcaini, Zhi Jin, Haiyan Zhao, Linjuan Zhang, Fuyuki Ishikawa “Hierarchical Assessment of Safety Requirements for Configurations of Autonomous Driving Systems”

44: Julia Krause, Andreas Kaufmann, Dirk Riehle, Martin Jung “The Benefits of Pre-Requirements Specification Traceability”

47: Sallam Abualhaija, Chetan Arora, Amin Sleimi, Lionel Briand “Automated Question Answering for Improved Understanding of Compliance Requirements: A Multi-Document Study”

61: Kathleen R. Hablutzel, Anisha Jain, Alicia M. Grubb “A Divide & Concur Approach to Collaborative Goal Modeling with Merge in Early-RE”

70: Larissa Chazette, Verena Klös, Florian Herzog, Kurt Schneider “Requirements on Explanations: A Quality Framework for Explainability”

81: Ze Shi Li, Manish Sihag, Nowshin Nawar Arony, Joao Bezerra Junior, Thanh Phan, Neil Ernst, Daniela Damian “Narratives: the Unforeseen Influencer of Privacy Concerns”

82: Hamed Barzamini, Mona Rahimi “CADE: The Missing Benchmark in Evaluating Dataset Requirements of AI-enabled Software”

83: Laura Okpara, Daniela Damian, Colin Werner, Adam Murray “A Case Study of Building Shared Understanding of Non-Functional Requirements in a Remote Software Organization”

87: Clara Marie Lüders, Tim Pietz, Walid Maalej “Automated Detection of Typed Links in Issue Trackers”


94: Julian Frattini, Lloyd Montgomery, Jannik Fischbach, Michael Unterkalmsteiner, Daniel Mendez, Davide Fucci “A Live Extensible Ontology of Quality Factors for Textual Requirements”

88: Tjerk Spijkman, Fabiano Dalpiaz, Sjaak Brinkkemper “Back to the Roots: Linking User Stories to Requirements Elicitation Conversations”

99: Muideen Ajagbe, Liping Zhao “Retraining a BERT Model for Transfer Learning in Requirements Engineering: A Preliminary Study”

89: Robyn R. Lutz “Requirements Engineering for Safety-Critical Molecular Programs”

90: Jialong Li, Kenji Tei “Done is better than perfect: Iterative Adaptation via Multi-grained Requirement Relaxation”

105: Rongchen Li, Tong Li “Telling us your needs with your eyes”

107: Maria Spichkova “Teaching and learning Requirements Engineering concepts: Peer-review skills vs. problem solving skills”

104: Roxana Lisette Quintanilla Portugal, Luiz Marcio Cysneiros, Julio Cesar Sampaio do Prado Leite “Explainability in a Time of Socially Responsible Software”

Industrial Innovation

96: Carlos Eduardo da Silva, Leisia Medeiros, Yan Justino, Eduardo Luiz Gomes “A Box Analogy Technique (BoAT) for Agile-based Modelling of Business Processes”

20: Asha Rajbhoj, Padmalata Nistala, Vinay Kulkarni, Shivani Soni, Ajim Pathan “DizSpec: Digitalization of Requirements Specification Documents to Automate Traceability and Impact Analysis”

Journal First

111: Katharina Großer, Volker Riediger, Jan Jürjens “Requirements document relations: A reuse perspective on traceability through standards”

119: Kay Lefevre, Chetan Arora, Kevin Lee, Arkady Zaslavsky, Mohamed Reda Bouadjenek, Ali Hassani, Imran Razzak “ModelOps for enhanced decision making and governance in emergency control rooms”

120: Camilo Almendra, Carla Silva, Luiz Eduardo G. Martins, Johnny Marques “How assurance case development and requirements engineering interplay: a study with practitioners”

121: Daniel Berry “Empirical evaluation of tools for hairy requirements engineering tasks”

123: Lloyd Montgomery, Davide Fucci, Abir Bouraffa, Lisa Scholz, Walid Maalej “Empirical research on requirements quality: a systematic mapping study”

148: Okhaide Akhigbe, Daniel Amyot, Gregory Richards, Lysanne Lessard “GoRIM: A Model-Driven Method for Enhancing Regulatory Intelligence”

Poster and Demo

122: Guntur Budi Herwanto, Gerald Quirchmayr, A Min Tjoa “PrivacyStory: Tool Support for Extracting Privacy Requirements from User Stories [Demo]”

124: James Lathrop, Robyn Lutz, Cameron Brecount, Hugh Potter, Kathryn Rohlfing, Jessie Slater, Joshua Wallin “SafeWalk: a Simulation Tool Kit for Exploring Software Requirements in a Safety-Critical Product Line [Demo]”

125: Saurabh Tiwari, Parv Shah, Manish Khare “NL2RT: A Tool to Translate Natural Language Text into Requirements Templates (RTs) [Demo]”

130: Haonan Xiong, Yunduo Wang, Tong Li “BiStar: A Template-Based iStar Modeling Tool Combining Graphical and Textual Modeling [Demo]”

146: Robert Wolfinger, Farnaz Fotrousi, Walid Maalej “A Chatbot for the Elicitation of Contextual Information from User Feedback [Demo]”

132: Fernanda C. Pereira, Gerhard B. Neto, Luis F. de Lima, Fabiano Silva, Leticia M. Peres “A Tool For Software Requirement Allocation Using Artificial Intelligence Planning [Poster]”

136: María Isabel Limaylla-Lunarejo, Nelly Condori-Fernández, Miguel R. Luaces “Towards an automatic requirements classification in a new Spanish dataset [Poster]”

145: Jacob Anderson, Mohammad Hekmatnejad, Georgios Fainekos PyFoReL: A Domain-Specific Language for Formal Requirements in Temporal Logic Poster

142: Sourav Debnath, Santhiya Subramanian “AnnoteREI: A tool for transcribing and annotating Requirements Elicitation interviews [SRC GR]”

131: Qixiang Zhou “A User-friendly Semi-automatic iStar Modeling Approach [SRC UG]”

Doctoral Symposium

114: Sangeeta Dey “Evidence-driven Data Requirements Engineering and Data Uncertainty Assessment of Machine Learning-based Safety-critical Systems”

118: Namrata Bagaria “Towards a Decision Support Tool to Prescribe Recreation for Older Adults in Social Isolation (RxOSI)”

117: Vijayanta Jain “Creating Consistent Privacy Notices by Translating Code Segments into Privacy Captions”

116: Evelyn Kempe “Documenting Regulatory Requirements Decision-Making as a Compliance Concern”

115: Sanonda Datta Gupta “Developing A Privacy Risk Analysis Framework for Heterogeneous IoT Network”