Category:2013 - Naming The Pain in Requirements Engineering (NaPiRE)
Duration: 10.2013 - N/A
Short Description and Results
At the ISERN meeting in 2013, we conducted a thematic workshop to initiate a globally distributed family of surveys on requirements engineering, called NaPiRE (Naming the Pain in Requirements Engineering) hosted under the umbrella of ISERN. The idea of NaPiRE is to gather a knowledge basis on the status quo and practical problems in Requirements Engineering to lay the empirical foundation to steer Requirements Engineering research in a problem-driven manner.
At the workshop, we presented the design, the first results we could already obtain from Germany, and we openly discussed how to potentially proceed by forming a long-term research collaboration where different researchers conduct an independent replication in their respective (affiliation) country. This included the initial re-adjustment of the instrument for the first replication, team building for conducting the survey in different countries and the establishment of a process. In the meantime, we could form a team of 19 researchers and we are conducting the first replication in 13 countries.
Details about the project including all resulting publications can be taken from http://www.re-survey.org
For questions, please contact Daniel Méndez or Stefan Wagner.
- Birgit Penzenstadler, http://www.ics.uci.edu/~bpenzens/
- Marie-Therese Christiansson, https://www.kau.se/om-universitetet/organisation/personal/detalj/638
- Andre Schekelmann (together with Marie-Therese)
- Sagar Sen (Simula Research Laboratory)
- Rodrigo Spinola, UNIFACS/Fraunhofer Project Center at UFBA
- Rafael Prikladnicki, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUC-RS)
- Tayana Conte, Universidade Federal do Amazonas (UFAM)
Pages in category "2013 - Naming The Pain in Requirements Engineering (NaPiRE)"
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