27.02.2017; Essen, Germany;
In conjunction with the 23rd International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundations for Software Quality (REFSQ’17). 27.02.2017 to 02.03.2017. Essen, Germany
In this special call we seek for specific contributions in the field of Requirements Prioritization and Enactment. We seek in particular contributions as:
- Short papers (2-4 pages)
- Research preview papers (2-4 pages)
- Experience reports (2-4 pages)
- Extended abstracts (2 pages)
The deadline for this special call is January 16th.
The submission guidelines and more information here: Call for Contributions
General information: 23rd International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundations for Software Quality (REFSQ’17)
The PrioRE’17 First International Workshop on Requirements Prioritization and Enactment is a multi-disciplinary workshop geared towards discussing how requirements can be best prioritized, and how the releases are planned and enacted.
The rationale stays in the consideration that a bad release planning could possibly compromise the effectiveness of the work done in the preceding phases of requirements gathering and analysis, ultimately affecting the overall quality of the developed software. While requirements prioritization and next release planning have received a considerable amount of attention from the research community, resulting in substantial contributions to research as well as industry, there are still outstanding issues that need to be addressed in both areas. Furthermore, the interaction between these two areas of research needs to be further researched, as does the collaboration between research and industry. An additional objective of PrioRE’17 is to seek to bring together practitioners and researchers, with the aim of discussing the challenges of improving release planning by supporting requirements prioritization and their enactment.
PrioRE’17 mainly aims at discussing questions related to the finalization of the requirements engineering phase, such as:
Requirements dependency management
Distributed and collaborative requirements prioritization – Agile requirements prioritization
Gamification approaches for decision making in requirements prioritization
Tools and techniques for requirements prioritization
Tools and techniques for release planning