2017 11th Joint Meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (ESEC/FSE 2017), September 4–8, 2017, Paderborn, Germany

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2nd ACM SIGSOFT International Workshop on App Market Analytics (WAMA 2017)
Workshop WAMA
Studying Software Descriptions in SourceForge and App Stores for a Better Understanding of Real-Life Requirements
Frederik Simon Bäumer, Markus Dollmann, and Michaela Geierhos
(University of Paderborn, Germany)
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Abstract: Users prefer natural language software requirements because of their usability and accessibility. Many approaches exist to elaborate these requirements and to support the users during the elicitation process. But there is a lack of adequate resources, which are needed to train and evaluate approaches for requirement refinement. We are trying to close this gap by using online available software descriptions from SourceForge and app stores. Thus, we present two real-life requirements collections based on online-available software descriptions. Our goal is to show the domain-specific characteristics of content words describing functional requirements. On the one hand, we created a semantic role-labeled requirements set, which we use for requirements classification. On the other hand, we enriched software descriptions with linguistic features and dependencies to provide evidence for the context-awareness of software functionalities.


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