The conference program can be found here.

Accepted Papers

The following 18 papers have been accepted in the research track of RefsQ 2016.


  • Andreas Vogelsang, Henning Femmer and Christian Winkler
    "Take Care of Your Modes! An Investigation of Defects in Automotive Requirements"

  • Antonio Pitangueira, Paolo Tonella, Angelo Susi, Rita Maciel and Marcio Barros
    "Risk-Aware Multi-Stakeholder Next Release Planning using Multi-Objective Optimization"

  • Kim Lauenroth and Erik Kamsties
    "Peoples' Capabilities are a Blind Spot in RE Research and Practice"

  • Sugandha Lohar, Jane Cleland-Huang and Alexander Rasin
    "Is it Right? Evaluating the Interpretation of Natural Language Trace Queries"

  • Qin Ma and Sybren De Kinderen
    "Goal-based Decision Making - Using Goal-oriented Problem Structuring and Evaluation Visualization for Multi Criteria Decision Analysis"

  • Nicolas Sannier, Morayo Adedjouma, Mehrdad Sabetzadeh and Lionel Briand
    "Automated Classification of Legal Cross References Based on Semantic Intent"

  • Philipp Lombriser, Fabiano Dalpiaz, Garm Lucassen and Sjaak Brinkkemper
    "Gamified Requirements Engineering: Model and Experimentation"

  • Ralf Laue, Wilhelm Koop and Volker Gruhn
    "Indicators for Open Issues in Business Process Models"

  • Thorsten Merten, Daniel Krämer, Bastian Mager, Paul Schell, Simone Bürsner and Barbara Paech
    "Do Information Retrieval Algorithms for Automated Traceability Perform Effectively on Issue Tracking System Data?"

  • Tom-Michael Hesse and Barbara Paech
    "Documenting Relations between Requirements and Design Decisions: A Case Study on Design Session Transcripts"

  • Björn Regnell
    "What is essential? - A pilot survey on views about the requirements metamodel of"

  • Garm Lucassen, Fabiano Dalpiaz, Sjaak Brinkkemper and Jan Martijn Van Der Werf
    "The Use and Effectiveness of User Stories in Practice"

  • Sezin Gizem Yaman, Tanja Sauvola, Leah Riungu-Kalliosaari, Laura Hokkanen, Pasi Kuvaja, Markku Oivo and Tomi Männistö
    "Customer Involvement in Continuous Deployment: A Systematic Literature Review"

  • Vincent Langenfeld, Amalinda Post and Andreas Podelski
    "Detecting Requirements Defects during a Project Lifetime: an Analysis of a 5-year Automotive Project at Bosch"

  • Johan Linåker, Patrick Rempel, Björn Regnell and Patrick Mäder
    "How Firms Adapt and Interact in Open Source Ecosystems: Analyzing Stakeholder Influence and Collaboration Patterns"

  • Mahmood Hosseini, Alimohammad Shahri, Keith Phalp and Raian Ali
    "Foundations for Transparency Requirements Engineering"

  • Md Rashed I. Nekvi, Ibtehal Noorwali and Nazim H. Madhavji
    "Deriving Metrics for Estimating the Effort Needed in Requirements Compliance Work"

  • Olawole Oni and Emmanuel Letier
    "Optimizing the Incremental Delivery of Software Features under Uncertainty"