The following 18 papers have been accepted in the research track of REFSQ 2019:

Session 1: Automated Analysis

  • Automated Decision Support for Security Assessment Using Machine Learning, Seifeddine Bettaieb, Seung Yeob Shin, Mehrdad Sabetzadeh, Lionel Briand, Grégory Nou and Michael Garceau

  • Is the SAFE Approach too Simple for App Feature Extraction? A Replication Study, Faiz Ali Shah, Kairit Sirts and Dietmar Pfahl

Session 2: Making Sense of Requirements

  • Enabling Users to Specify Correct Privacy Requirements, Manuel Rudolph, Svenja Polst and Joerg Doerr

  • RE-SWOT: From User Feedback to Requirements via Competitor Analysis, Fabiano Dalpiaz and Micaela Parente

Session 3: Tracelink Quality

  • Increasing Precision of Automatically Generated Trace Links, Paul Hübner and Barbara Paech

  • Impact of Gamification on Trace Link Vetting: a Controlled Experiment, Salome Maro, Emil Sundklev, Carl-Oscar Persson, Grischa Liebel and Jan-Philipp Steghöfer

Session 4: Requirements Management (Research Previews)

  • Refinement of User Stories into Backlog Items: Linguistic Structure and Action Verbs, Laurens Müter, Tejaswini Deoskar, Max Mathijssen, Sjaak Brinkkemper and Fabiano Dalpiaz

  • Assessment of the Quality of Safety Cases: A Research Preview, Jose Luis de la Vara, Gabriel Jimenez, Roy Mendieta and Eugenio Parra

  • An Approach to Requirements Engineering for Innovative Software Ecosystems, Karina Villela, Shashank Kedlaya and Joerg Doerr

Session 5: From Vision to Specification

  • Refining Vision Videos, Kurt Schneider, Melanie Busch, Oliver Karras, Maximilian Schrapel and Michael Rohs

  • A Lightweight Multilevel Markup Language for Connecting Software Requirements and Simulations, Florian Pudlitz, Andreas Vogelsang and Florian Brokhausen

Session 6: Automated Analysis (Research Previews)

  • Identifying Requirements in Request for Proposals, Andreas Falkner, Cristina Palomares, Xavier Franch, Gottfried Schenner, Pablo Aznar and Alexander Schoerghuber

  • Finding and Analyzing App Reviews Related to Specific Features: A Research Preview, Jacek Dąbrowski, Emmanuel Letier, Anna Perini and Angelo Susi

  • Supporting Feature Model Evolution by Lifting Code-Level Dependencies, Daniel Hinterreiter, Kevin Feichtinger, Lukas Linsbauer, Herbert Prähofer and Paul Grünbacher

Session 7: Requirements Monitoring

  • Supporting the Selection of Constraints for Requirements Monitoring from Automatically Mined Constraint Candidates, Thomas Krismayer, Peter Kronberger, Rick Rabiser and Paul Grünbacher

  • Combining Monitoring and Autonomous Feedback Requests to Elicit Actionable Knowledge of System Use, Dustin Wüest, Farnaz Fotrousi and Samuel A. Fricker

Session 8: Open Source

  • Selecting Open Source Projects for Traceability Case Studies, Michael Rath, Mihaela Todorova Tomova and Patrick Mäder

Session 9: Managing Requirements Knowledge at a Large Scale

  • Converging Crowd and Machine Intelligences in Requirements Engineering: Current Status and Future Directions, Javed Ali Khan, Lin Liu, Lijie Wen and Raian Ali

  • Towards a Meta-Model for Requirements-Driven Information for Internal Stakeholders, Ibtehal Noorwali, Nazim Madhavji, Darlan Arruda and Remo Ferrari

Session 10: in Situ/Walkthroughs (Research previews)

  • Towards the Next Generation of Scenario Walkthrough Tools, Norbert Seyff, Michael Vierhauser, Michael Schneider and Jane Cleland-Huang

  • Towards a Catalogue of Mobile Elicitation Techniques, Nitish Patkar, Pascal Gadient, Mohammad Ghafari and Oscar Nierstrasz

  • TAICOS - Tailoring Stakeholder Interests to Task-Oriented Functional Requirements, Philipp Haindl and Reinhold Ploesch