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Call for Papers

International Workshop on Requirements Engineering Patterns - REP'04

September 6, 2004, Kyoto, Japan

In conjunction with RE04 <http://www.re04.org/>
- 12th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference

This international workshop seeks to collect successful Requirements
Engineering Patterns which have been observed in at least two different
projects. The patterns should describe successful practices for common
RE activities in a well-structured and instructive format.
The objective is to make RE expert knowledge and experience available
to practitioners and organizations who are in the process of adopting
RE, and to develop a pattern format for promoting reusability of RE
knowledge and experience.


Papers related, but not limited to the following topics, are invited:
+ efficient structures for organizing stakeholder groups or project
+ communication mechanisms for eliciting and negotiating requirements,
+ (domain specific) requirements engineering processes,
+ practices and techniques for conducting typical RE activities,
+ successful solutions for requirements management tasks,
+ good ways of documenting requirements specifications,
+ reference specifications for frequently recurring problems, or
+ guidelines for configuring and using RE tools.


Contributed papers should describe RE patterns which have been observed
in at least two different projects. The patterns should be ready-to-use,
rely on real-world experience and focus on projects which are beginning
to adopt RE. The papers should not exceed 8 pages in length and
should contain
+ a pattern description which is written in a well-structured and
  instructive format, similar to established pattern collections like
  e.g. the GoF-patterns,
+ a short introduction to the projects in which the described pattern
  has been observed,
+ a detailed description of how the pattern was used in the projects, and
+ a discussion of gathered experience and observed benefits and
The papers will be peer reviewed by the Program Committee and published
on the workshop website (refer to instructions for submission on the
web site, http://rep04.desy.de/).

Workshop Format

The workshop will take one full day. The program will include
+ oral presentations of submitted papers with additional time for
+ an open pattern pin board which allows participants to bring RE
  patterns to the workshop
  (according to instructions from the workshop's web site),
+ breakout sessions on relevant workshop topics identified by the
  audience, including e.g. a classification scheme for the presented
  patterns, a common format definition for RE patterns and an evaluation
  of the pattern pin board,
+ a final discussion and presentation of the results.

Important Dates

Papers due June 28, 2004
Papers acceptance notification July 19, 2004
Camera-ready papers due August 10, 2004
Date of Workshop September 6, 2004

Organizing Committee

Lars Hagge, Germany
Frank Houdek, Germany
Barbara Paech, Germany

Program Committee

Ian F. Alexander ScenarioPlus, UK
Daniel M. Berry U Waterloo, Canada
Lars Hagge DESY, Germany
Eiiti Hanyuda Mamezou, Japan
Frank Houdek, DaimlerChrysler, Germany
Natalia Juristo U Madrid, Spain
Barbara Paech U Heidelberg, Germany
Camille Salinesi U Paris, France
Hironori Washizaki Nat. Inst. Informatics, Japan

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