Friday, September 20, 2019

4th International Workshop on Visualization in Requirements
Engineering (REV'09)
Monday, August 31, 2009, Atlanta, Ga.

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Held in conjunction with RE'09:

REV'09 Call for Submissions

***Papers due: 22 June, 2009***

Topics of interest include experience papers, formal methods, emerging technologies, best practices, research proposals, evaluations and comparisons that focus on visualization techniques for requirements engineering activities.

Typical topics of interest include, but are certainly not limited to:

  • Visualization languages/techniques for requirements elicitation/analysis/specification
  • Visualization languages/techniques for formal verification/validationof requirements
  • Visualization languages/techniques to facilitate the management/evolution of requirements
  • Visualization support for existing requirements engineering techniques
  • Heuristics and metrics for visualization techniques

Important Dates:

22 June, 2009: Deadline for workshop submission
20 July, 2009: Notification to authors
3 August, 2009: Camera-ready papers due (Please see the RE'09 Workshop
Author Instructions)
31 August 2009: REV'09 workshop

Submission Format:

Position papers (3-5 pages) Short papers state the position of the
author(s) on any of the topics within the scope of the workshop. For
example, position papers could describe initial experience with a
particular visualization technique, propose an area of requirements
engineering that could benefit from more innovative forms of
visualization or illustrate how visualization techniques from other
domains may be applicable to requirements engineering problems.
Position papers will be evaluated based on their potential for
generating discussion, and on the originality of the positions

Full papers (8-10 pages) Full papers describe and report on the
evaluation of visualization techniques in support of requirements
engineering activities. For example, a full paper could describe how a
comparative evaluation of visualization techniques was performed in
practice, either by controlled experimentation in the lab or in an
industrial setting; or it may present the results of the actual
performance of tools, methods or processes that embed visualization
components, in lab-based experiments or field trials. Survey papers
that review and critique the range of and/or use of visualization
techniques applicable to requirements engineering are also invited.
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.

Accepted papers should be accompanied by a poster that will be on
display during the workshop.

Publication of accepted papers:

RE'09 workshop proceedings will be published online in the IEEE CS
Digital Library.

To submit papers:

Workshop Organizers:
Olly Gotel, Pace University
Brian Berenbach, Siemens Corporate Research

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