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2014 IEEE 4th International Model-Driven Requirements Engineering Workshop (MoDRE), August 25, 2014, Karlskrona, Sweden

MoDRE 2014 – Proceedings

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2014 IEEE 4th International Model-Driven Requirements Engineering Workshop (MoDRE)


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State-of-Art and Goal Modelling

Model Driven Requirements Engineering: Mapping the Field and Beyond
Saïd Assar
(Institut Mines-Telecom, France)
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Goal Modeling for Sustainability: The Case of Time
Gunter Mussbacher and Douglas Nuttall
(McGill University, Canada; Parish Geomorphic, Canada)
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Context Transformations for Goal Models
Paola Spoletini, Alessio Ferrari, and Stefania Gnesi
(University of Insubria, Italy; ISTI-CNR, Italy)
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Combined Propagation-Based Reasoning with Goal and Feature Models
Yanji Liu, Yukun Su, Xinshang Yin, and Gunter Mussbacher
(McGill University, Canada)
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Requirements Management

A DSL for Importing Models in a Requirements Management System
Anisur Rahman and Daniel Amyot
(University of Ottawa, Canada)
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SnapMind: A Framework to Support Consistency and Validation of Model-Based Requirements in Agile Development
Fernando Wanderley, António Silva, João Araujo, and Denis S. Silveira
(Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal; Federal University of Pernambuco, Brazil)
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Experimental Evaluation of a Tool for Change Impact Prediction in Requirements Models: Design, Results, and Lessons Learned
Arda Goknil, Roderick van Domburg, Ivan Kurtev, Klaas van den Berg, and Fons Wijnhoven
(University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg; University of Twente, Netherlands; Nspyre, Netherlands)
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Requirements Traceability

A Requirements Engineering Methodology Combining Models and Controlled Natural Language
Markus Fockel and Jörg Holtmann
(Fraunhofer IPT, Germany)
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Understanding and Closing the Gap between Requirements on System and Subsystem Level
Sabine Teufl, Wolfgang Böhm, and Ralf Pinger
(fortiss, Germany; TU München, Germany; Siemens, Germany)
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Requirement Traceability: A Model-Based Approach
Omar Badreddin, Arnon Sturm, and Timothy C. Lethbridge
(Northern Arizona University, USA; Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel; University of Ottawa, Canada)
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