Prof. Dr. Martin Glinz - Anforderungstechnik / Requirements Engineeringmore information

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Completed research projects

Project leader Project title
Fricker Handshaking with Implementation Proposals – Pragmatic Requirements Communication
Fuchs Attempto: Controlled English for Requirements Specifications
REWERSE - Reasoning on the Web with Rules and Semantics
Glinz SUPERSEDE – SUpporting evolution and adaptation of PERsonalized Software by Exploiting contextual Data and End-user feedback
SPREBA – Software Product Line Requirements Engineering Based on Aspects
Flexible Modeling
Requirements, Quality, and Shared Understanding
MIRIA - Modeling at the Right Level of Abstraction
AVISSIMO - Combining aspect-oriented visualization and animated simulation for the validation of partial, semi-formal requirements models
Supporting the update of requirements specifications during software evolution
Very Lightweight Requirements Modeling
Scenarios and Statecharts for Requirements Specification
ADORA - Semiformal Object-Oriented Specification
CASA – Contract-based Adaptive Software Architecture
LATO: Language and tool for object-oriented, semiformal requirements specification
SCENT - Scenario-Based Validation and Test of Software
Glinz Hilty Garuso: Game-Based Requirements Elicitation for Sustainable Software Systems
Glinz Seyff UpSoDoc – Semi-Automatic Update of Software Documentation during Software Evolution
StakeCloud: Stakeholder Requirements Communication in the Cloud
Koziolek Architecture-Driven Quality Requirements Prioritization
Seyff RE-NEU – Requirements Elicitation and Negotiation driven by End-Users
Seyff Hoiss PL4X – Product Lines for Dynamics AX

Last update 01.04.2016