R4IE

Requirementes for Intelligent Environments:  although requirements elicitation is a well established activity and discipline within Computer Science, the evolution on the type of artifacts and systems created requires a revision of methods and tools to align previous methods which worked for previous technologies so that they are also effective with the newest challenges.  Our group has been conducting research on the improvement of requirements elicitation methods so that it is useful for the development of Intelligent Environments.

See initial publications about this research here:

Evans, Carl and Brodie, Lindsey and Augusto, Juan Carlos (2014) Requirements engineering for intelligent environments. In: The 10th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, 29 Jun – 04 Jul 2014, Shanghai, China.

Evans, Carl and Brodie, Lindsey and Augusto, Juan Carlos (2014) Requirements for context-aware systems. In: 20th International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundations for Software Quality (REFSQ), 07-10 Apr 2014, Essen, Germany.

 

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