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A Bird's Eye View on Requirements Engineering and Machine Learning

Tahira Iqbal, Parisa Elahidoost, Levi Lucio
2018 2018 25th Asia-Pacific Software Engineering Conference (APSEC)  
We outline lessons learned and envision possible future directions for the domain. Index Terms-Requirements Engineering, Machine learning, State of the art, Overview  ...  We found that the impact of ML can be observed in requirement elicitation, analysis and specification, validation and management.  ...  Machine learning is useful to visualize and to group of large numbers of requirements. In our research, we surveyed both clustering and classification methods were used for this purpose.  ... 
doi:10.1109/apsec.2018.00015 dblp:conf/apsec/IqbalEL18 fatcat:mfqly5jrafeohilv2eks2t2tda

Privacy Requirements: Findings and Lessons Learned in Developing a Privacy Platform

Mohamad Gharib, Mattia Salnitri, Elda Paja, Paolo Giorgini, Haralambos Mouratidis, Michalis Pavlidis, Jose F. Ruiz, Sandra Fernandez, Andrea Della Siria
2016 2016 IEEE 24th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)  
Information practices and systems that make use of personal and health-related information are governed by European laws and regulations to prevent unauthorized use and disclosure.  ...  Specifically, we present the process for eliciting, classifying, prioritizing, and validating privacy requirements for the two types of users, namely PA and citizen.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 653642 -VisiOn.  ... 
doi:10.1109/re.2016.13 dblp:conf/re/GharibSPGMPRFS16 fatcat:pkprstybvbfedcqksbqpdw6s7y

A classification framework for software requirements prioritization approaches

Nadina Martinez Carod, Alejandra Cechich
2009 Revista Colombiana de Computación  
Considering that, this paper has two goals: the first one is to present a classification framework for software requirements prioritization approaches (emphasizing differences and similarities among eleven  ...  selected approaches); and the second one is to show the approaches' weaknesses and to propose possible improvements for future research on this line.  ...  Our future work will define weighting preference processes and selection preference processes, which will be supported by automatic tools for requirements prioritization.  ... 
doi:10.29375/25392115.1170 doaj:5db11b3ad1db4323afc19bf12ff2f54f fatcat:hjmghtlyxfalpgsspnhwurhlhy

Project Planning and Prioritization in the Social Services–an OR Contribution

Valerie Belton
1993 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
BELTON and M. D. ELpeR (1993) Decision support systems: learning from visual interactive modelling. To be published in Decision Support Systems.  ...  Project prioritization model. criteria weights were not elicited directly; instead, the groups made use of the facilities for visual interactive sensitivity analysis provided by V-I-S-A (see Belton®) to  ... 
doi:10.1057/jors.1993.23 fatcat:pa6cgfk7ojdurcakbsybzafvs4

Project Planning and Prioritization in the Social Services—an OR Contribution

Valerie Belton
1993 Journal of the Operational Research Society  
BELTON and M. D. ELpeR (1993) Decision support systems: learning from visual interactive modelling. To be published in Decision Support Systems.  ...  Project prioritization model. criteria weights were not elicited directly; instead, the groups made use of the facilities for visual interactive sensitivity analysis provided by V-I-S-A (see Belton®) to  ... 
doi:10.1038/sj/jors/0440202 fatcat:mbon7k6usjfnnp2lztkerjakfy

Eliciting User Needs for a Knowledge Management System to Align Training Programs with Processes and Policies in Large Organizations

J. Richard Kiper
2015 2015 48th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
In the second study an expert panel was used to elicit user needs for a knowledge management system that addresses training management shortcomings in a large law enforcement agency.  ...  The software requirements may now serve to analyze the capabilities of existing information technology systems or to form the basis for a request for proposal (RFP) to build the envisioned knowledge management  ...  Acknowledgements This work represents a cornucopia of encouragement and expertise I have received from people who were kind enough to invest in my life, for I have nothing that I did not first receive  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2015.476 dblp:conf/hicss/Kiper15 fatcat:7rd5lyslpfa6tlnonvr6zj572y

Very Lightweight Requirements Modeling

Martin Glinz
2010 2010 18th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference  
We argue for the creation and use of a very lightweight requirements modeling language as an alternative to textual and pictorial requirements specifications.  ...  Abstract-We argue for the creation and use of a very lightweight requirements modeling language as an alternative to textual and pictorial requirements specifications.  ...  R6 Make the use of the system less stressful and easier to learn than today Priority: Medium Goals: G2 R7 Measure selected QoS metrics Priority: Low Goals: G5 R8 Minimize overhead incurred by the new  ... 
doi:10.1109/re.2010.73 dblp:conf/re/Glinz10 fatcat:6job4rfogzcttkie6rgbfjwdem

Perspectives on the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation

Mark W. Schwartz, Kristy Deiner, Tavis Forrester, Patrick Grof-Tisza, Matthew J. Muir, Maria J. Santos, Levi E. Souza, Marit L. Wilkerson, Maxine Zylberberg
2012 Biological Conservation  
We find, in general, that the OS are logical, clear, and provide a robust hierarchical structure from which to organize management action and track progress toward conservation project goals.  ...  We call on both academics and the conservation practitioners to better engage with one another for the benefit of training, cross-project learning and better conservation action.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank The David and Lucille Packard Foundation for support; the organizations listed in Table 1  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2012.06.014 fatcat:o7kmm3eqvzfmjjvh34mvaobh3a

Project management for the 21st century

Jamie L. Smith, Shawn A. Bohner, D. Scott McCrickard
2005 Proceedings of the 43rd annual southeast regional conference on - ACM-SE 43  
A risk management model could help teams to prioritize design knowledge, allowing them to focus their effort on key design tasks.  ...  Managing software project teams is a complex task further complicated by a continued increase in the size and complexity of software-intensive systems and the distribution of project teams.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Ali Ndiwalana, Shahtab Wahid, and Jason Lee for their careful review and constructive comments on this work.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1167253.1167319 dblp:conf/ACMse/SmithBM05 fatcat:4ue7bwom5fexlpz72wxzw6ozoe

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY-BASED MANAGEMENT EDUCATION IN VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOLS

Rita Aryani
2020 Sosiohumaniora  
It is important that schools invest in technology-based school systems to increase the effectiveness and efficiency in school management generally.  ...  The results show that technology-based management education is essential to provide information to support and facilitate the management and academic processes daily.  ...  The media used for the transfer of value for money are very diverse, ranging from the use of simple payment instruments to the use of complex systems that involve various institutions and the rules of  ... 
doi:10.24198/sosiohumaniora.v22i3.28377 fatcat:ywaw4d2jfvbyzezueeb6iwbqge

Using Linear Regression Analysis and Defense in Depth to Protect Networks during the Global Corona Pandemic

Rodney Alexander
2020 Journal of Information Security  
The methods further involved using the Likert Scale Model to create an ordinal ranking of the measures and threats.  ...  This research introduced using Linear Regression and the Likert scale to give network security managers an additional systematic way to prioritize their network defenses.  ...  Conflicts of Interest The author has no financial and non-financial competing interests.  ... 
doi:10.4236/jis.2020.114017 fatcat:cdjl2ujxcvf3vjuncwfnfqrbn4

Requirements for building information modeling based lean production management systems for construction

Rafael Sacks, Milan Radosavljevic, Ronen Barak
2010 Automation in Construction  
The requirements for implementation of a BIM-enabled pull flow construction management software system based on the Last Planner System™, called 'KanBIM', have been specified, and a set of functional mock-ups  ...  While the addresses some of the issues in Building information modeling provides a powerful platform for visualizing work flow in control systems that also enable pull flow and deeper collaboration between  ...  of construction plans using an evolutionary algorithm, and 4D visualization delivered on a web-based and mobile information management system.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.autcon.2010.02.010 fatcat:hrgbokznfjgrtdolkgcxyiywwm

Service Development and Architecture Management for an Enterprise SOA [chapter]

Thomas Kriechbaum, Georg Buchgeher, Rainer Weinreich
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
 Embedded in a global product development process -Product managers and domain experts gather and prioritize requirements -Several projects are set up to implement new product version -Project (can) span  ...  about 1700 services Service Development Practices § Model-Driven Development -Supports top-down-strategy for specifying and implementing services -Service-interface and entities are modeled using UML  ...  Architecture Management . models need to reflect implementation + supports both automatic and manual architecture analysis + supports governance activities (e.g., repository sync) requires metadata-enhanced  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-09970-5_17 fatcat:kzzj24pgnfc4feciwbkjdjo3vq

Continuous personal improvement

M.L. Emiliani
1998 Journal of Workplace Learning  
They offer the potential to serve as a foundation for individuals to become better skilled at life-long learning and systems thinking.  ...  Managers can also adopt visual signs and controls.  ... 
doi:10.1108/13665629810370021 fatcat:d4fbg2lc3bgb7hngvrhvgb2p2q

Prioritization of Supply Chain Reconfiguration Variables using Balanced Score Card and Analytic Network Process

Maryam Al Naimi, Mohd. Nishat Faisal, Rana Sobh
2020 International Journal of Operations an Quantitative Management  
However, supply chain reconfiguration is dependent on several variables that need to be prioritized to focus resources for improvement.  ...  The novelty of the proposed model lies in its capability to integrate the dimensions of balance scorecard and analytic network process.  ...  It therefore allowed managers to implement successful green supply chain management by prioritizing green suppliers and systems (Büyüközkan and Çifçi, 2012a, b), identify trust characteristics for an eenabler  ... 
doi:10.46970/2020.26.2.2 fatcat:gdohyidi2vfv3fsjkp6pgg32o4
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