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Workshops

This year 3 workshops have been selected which will be held as half-day or full-day workshops on the 8th of April. Further details regarding the workshops can be found on the workshop websites.

CreaRE’13 (half-day): Third Workshop on Creativity in Requirements EngineeringMaya Daneva, Andrea Herrmann, Anne Hoffmann, Kurt Schneider 
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Abstract:
CREARE’13 in an interdisciplinary venue that brings together practitioners and researchers interested in discussing the role of creativity in RE, the array of creativity techniques that can be applied to RE, and the specific ways in which these techniques add value. We envision the CREARE participants to include both RE experts and experts from a variety of other fields, e.g. psychology, creative writing, design thinking. The workshop will serve as a forum for the exchange of both experience and research results. It also aims at raising awareness in the RE community for the importance of creativity and creativity techniques and awareness for RE in the creativity community.

IWSPM’13 (full-day): Seventh International Workshop on Software Product ManagementRichard Berntsson Svensson, Inge van de Weerd, Krzysztof Wnuk
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Abstract:
The workshop will serve as a platform for the presentation and discussion of new and innovative approaches to prioritization and communication issues in requirements engineering. Topics can either carry out new research approaches with a fundamental theoretical background or best-practices from practitioners. A high rate of active participation and intense exchange of ideas and experiences shall encourage researchers as well as software developers, requirements engineers or consultants to absorb new ideas and to carry them out into their daily work and research projects.

RePriCo´13 (half-day): Fourth International Workshop on Requirements Prioritization and CommunicationBenedikt Krams, Sixten Schockert
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Abstract:
The workshop will serve as a platform for the presentation and discussion of new and innovative approaches to prioritization and communication issues in requirements engineering. Topics can either carry out new research approaches with a fundamental theoretical background or best-practices from practitioners. A high rate of active participation and intense exchange of ideas and experiences shall encourage researchers as well as software developers, requirements engineers or consultants to absorb new ideas and to carry them out into their daily work and research projects.