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"A Web Platform for Social Requirements Engineering" (Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim and Norman Heino)...

"A Web Platform for Social Requirements Engineering" (Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim and Norman Heino)

This paper presents a web platform that applies concepts from the
domain of Social Software to requirements engineering. The platform implements
several community-oriented features that support collaboration and knowledge
sharing and aim to foster the engagement of larger groups of stakeholders in the
collection, discussion, development, and structuring of software requirements.

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  • 1. Social Aspects in Software Engineering - Combined Workshops SofTEAM and SENSE – SE 09, Kaiserslautern, Germany, March 3rd A Web Platform for Social Requirements Engineering Steffen Lohmann, Phili St ff L h Philipp Heim Hi Interactive Systems and Interaction Design University of Duisburg-Essen Lotharstrasse 65 45057 D i b Lh 65, Duisburg, G Germany Sebastian Dietzold, Norman Heino Agile Knowledge Engineering and Semantic Web University of Leipzig Johannisgasse 26, 04009 Leipzig, Germany g g y Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim, Norman Heino
  • 2. Today’s RE tools Support a relatively small g p of experts pp y group p Too heavyweight for untrained stakeholders Limited support for collaboration among many participants Communication via additional tools or face to face contact face-to-face Problems: Transparency, Tracking and Tracing Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim, Norman Heino
  • 3. Social Requirements Engineering Offer integrated collaboration features Easy-to-use and foster stakeholder engagement Track and trace collaboration activities Social Software concepts – well-suited well suited Characteristics: community- and user-orientation, simplicity, quick collaboration, self-organization, social feedback, transparency, and emerging structures i tt Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim, Norman Heino
  • 4. Demo – Web Platform for Social RE A1 A0 C1.1 C1 1 C0 C1.2 B0 B1 Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim, Norman Heino
  • 5. Demo – Web Platform for Social RE Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim, Norman Heino
  • 6. Conclusions Main goal: RE as a social experience Main Challenge: Conflicting demands (social & formal) Thank you for your attention! Steffen Lohmann, Sebastian Dietzold, Philipp Heim, Norman Heino