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RESS 2011 : Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Systems and Systems-of-Systems

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Link: http://re.cs.depaul.edu/RESS/default.htm
 
When Aug 30, 2011 - Aug 30, 2011
Where Trento, Italy
Submission Deadline May 16, 2011
Notification Due Jun 24, 2011
Final Version Due Jul 22, 2011
Categories    requirements engineering   systems   systems-of-systems
 

Call For Papers

Workshop Papers: Format and Evaluation

Position papers (maximum 4 pages) Short papers state the position of the author(s) on any of the topics within the scope of the workshop, for example a position paper might propose new ways of eliciting or managing requirements for systems or systems of systems, or might identify and discuss a specific challenge.

Experience Reports (maximum 6 pages). Experience papers describe specific experiences with a particular RE technique on a systems engineering project. Ideally an experience paper not only reports on the actual experience must includes an analysis of the techniques used in the forms of lessons learned that might be applicable to future projects.

Full papers (maximum 8-10 pages) Full papers describe and report on the evaluation of requirements engineering activities for systems or systems of systems. For example, a full paper could describe how requirements engineering was performed in practice on one or more mega-projects (e.g. a high speed rail line) or complex products (e.g. a new passenger airplane), or more focused systems (e.g. an airplane or auto engine). Survey papers that review and critique the range of and/or use requirements engineering are also invited (e.g. a survey of the use of RE on transportation projects). Full papers will be evaluated based on the originality and significance of the contribution, soundness of the validation process or quality of the survey procedure, and on the broader applicability of the results.

Workshop format The format of RESS11 will provide attendees with an opportunity to become familiar with the topic, and will establish a good foundation for discussions about requirements engineering in the overall context of systems engineering. We intend to make the workshop discussion and interaction oriented. Paper presentations will be used to provoke dialogue and participants may break out into small groups for more detailed discussion. These small groups will be organized around common themes or goals identified either from the papers, or by the participants during the workshop. At the end of the day, there will be a plenary session where the group's report back to the workshop as a whole on the results of their discussion and future work. Results may be used as a basis for continued publications.

Accepted Papers, in approved IEEE conference format, will be published in the digital proceedings.

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