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Requirements Engineering 2021
Mon 20 - Fri 24 September 2021
Fri 24 Sep 2021 09:00 - 09:20 at Golden Dome - Risk and Security Chair(s): Maya Daneva

Research on self-adaptive systems (SASs) has proliferated in the last fifteen years. Approaches resting on models at run-time have been proposed (e.g., to model system variants), as well as methods that aim at giving requirements a key role in driving the adaptation process (e.g., to choose the most appropriate system variant). More recent research focuses on automating model-based decisions, such as requirements revision, by exploiting data generated at execution time. Uncertainty is considered a first-class citizen in SAS engineering. A well recognised technique for dealing with uncertainty is risk management. Several risk management methods exist, as well as visual modelling languages that aim at supporting risk analysis. Our objective is to investigate how complementing requirements modelling with risk modelling could support automating risk-driven requirements analysis. While risk could be identified and modelled at design-time using domain knowledge and data generated by previous system executions, their estimation will be done at run-time, and guide the selection of system behaviour that minimise the risk for the system of being not compliant with requirements. In this paper, we introduce our research objective that concerns the definition of an engineering framework, called Risk4SaS, that enables risk-driven requirements analysis in SASs life-cycle and describe first steps towards its realisation, including a meta-model, which captures the dependency between risk and the characteristics of a SAS’s variants. We conclude presenting our research roadmap.

Fri 24 Sep

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08:00 - 09:20
Towards the Integration of Cybersecurity Risk Assessment into Model-based Requirements EngineeringIndustrial Innovation Paper
Industrial Innovation Papers
Douraïd Naouar Chaire de Cyberdéfense des Systèmes Navals, Lab-STICC, Jamal EL HACHEM IRISA – UMR 6074, Univ. Bretagne-Sud, Yvon Kermarrec UMR CNRS - 6285, Lab-STICC, Jean-Luc Voirin Thales Airborne Systems, Jacques Foisil Thales Airborne Systems
Understanding and recommending security requirements from problem domain ontology: A cognitive three-layered approachJ1
Bong-Jae Kim , Seok-Won Lee Ajou University
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Combining risk and variability modelling for requirements analysis in SAS engineeringRE@Next
RE@Next! Papers
Denisse Muñante SAMOVAR, Télécom SudParis, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, Anna Perini Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Fitsum Kifetew Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Angelo Susi Fondazione Bruno Kessler