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2013 7th International Workshop on Traceability in Emerging Forms of Software Engineering (TEFSE), May 19, 2013, San Francisco, CA, USA

TEFSE 2013 – Proceedings

Contents - Abstracts - Authors

Preface

Title Page
Message from the Chairs
Committees

Full Papers

Why Innovation Processes Need to Support Traceability
Thomas Beyhl, Gregor Berg, and Holger Giese
(HPI, Germany)
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Decision-Centric Traceability of Architectural Concerns
Jane Cleland-Huang, Mehdi Mirakhorli, Adam Czauderna, and Mateusz Wieloch
(DePaul University, USA)
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Getting More from Requirements Traceability: Requirements Testing Progress
Celal Ziftci and Ingolf Krüger
(UC San Diego, USA)
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Using Traceability Links to Identifying Potentially Erroneous Artifacts during Regulatory Reviews
Wuwei Shen, Chung-Ling Lin, and Andrian Marcus
(Western Michigan University, USA; Wayne State University, USA)
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Towards Recovering and Maintaining Trace Links for Model Sketches across Interactive Displays
Markus Kleffmann, Matthias Book, and Volker Gruhn
(University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
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Ontology-Based Trace Retrieval
Yonghua Li and Jane Cleland-Huang
(Wuhan University of Technology, China; DePaul University, USA)
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Human Recoverability Index: A TraceLab Experiment
Alexander Dekhtyar and Michael Hilton
(Cal Poly, USA)
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Trace Matrix Analyzer (TMA)
Wenbin Li, Jane Huffman Hayes, Fan Yang, Ken Imai, Jesse Yannelli, Chase Carnes, and Maureen Doyle
(University of Kentucky, USA; Northern Kentucky University, USA)
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Towards an Eye-Tracking Enabled IDE for Software Traceability Tasks
Braden Walters, Michael Falcone, Alexander Shibble, and Bonita Sharif
(Youngstown State University, USA)
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Backward Propagation of Code Refinements on Transformational Code Generation Environments
Victor Guana and Eleni Stroulia
(University of Alberta, Canada)
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REquirements TRacing On target (RETRO) Enhanced with an Automated Thesaurus Builder: An Empirical Study
Sandeep Pandanaboyana, Shreeram Sridharan, Jesse Yannelli, and Jane Huffman Hayes
(University of Kentucky, USA)
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Establishing Content Traceability for Software Applications: An Approach Based on Structuring and Tracking of Configuration Elements
Padmalata Nistala and Priyanka Kumari
(TATA Consultancy Services, India)
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Enabling Traceability Reuse for Impact Analyses: A Feasibility Study in a Safety Context
Markus Borg, Orlena C. Z. Gotel, and Krzysztof Wnuk
(Lund University, Sweden)
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A TraceLab-Based Solution for Identifying Traceability Links using LSI
Nouh Alhindawi, Omar Meqdadi, Brian Bartman, and Jonathan I. Maletic
(Kent State University, USA)
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The Role of Artefact Corpus in LSI-Based Traceability Recovery
Gabriele Bavota, Andrea De Lucia, Rocco Oliveto, Annibale Panichella, Fabio Ricci, and Genoveffa Tortora
(University of Sannio, Italy; University of Salerno, Italy; University of Molise, Italy)
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Challenge Track

Traceability Challenge 2013: Statistical Analysis for Traceability Experiments: Software Verification and Validation Research Laboratory (SVVRL) of the University of Kentucky
Mark Hays, Jane Huffman Hayes, Arnold J. Stromberg, and Arne C. Bathke
(University of Kentucky, USA)
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Traceability Challenge 2013: Query+ Enhancement for Semantic Tracing (QuEST): Software Verification and Validation Research Laboratory (SVVRL) of the University of Kentucky
Wenbin Li and Jane Huffman Hayes
(University of Kentucky, USA)
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Towards Feature-Aware Retrieval of Refinement Traces
Patrick Rempel, Patrick Mäder, and Tobias Kuschke
(TU Ilmenau, Germany)
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Configuring Topic Models for Software Engineering Tasks in TraceLab
Bogdan Dit, Annibale Panichella, Evan Moritz, Rocco Oliveto, Massimiliano Di Penta, Denys Poshyvanyk, and Andrea De Lucia
(College of William and Mary, USA; University of Salerno, Italy; University of Molise, Italy; University of Sannio, Italy)
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Trace-by-Classification: A Machine Learning Approach to Generate Trace Links for Frequently Occurring Software Artifacts
Mateusz Wieloch, Sorawit Amornborvornwong, and Jane Cleland-Huang
(DePaul University, USA)
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