CrowdRE 2017 includes a keynote, paper presentations, and interactive session. The workshop intends to promote lively discussions between participants from both industry and academia. After each paper presentation, a discussant puts the paper into a scientific perspective, lists contributions, and raises issues and questions for discussions. At the end of each paper track, an open forum will stimulate a lively discussion on the papers, and the proposal of new ideas.
As detailed in the program below, we have allocated a 30 minute slot (15–20 minute presentation, and 10–15 minute discussion) for each solution paper and experience report, and a 20 minute slot (10–15 minute presentation, and 5–10 minute discussion) to each vision paper.
|Session 1||Chair: Anna Perini|
Engineering Motivation as a Requirement for Crowdsourcing.
|Session 2||Papers||Chair: Pradeep Murukannaiah|
|11:00–11:30||Experience Report||Providing a User Forum is not enough: First Experiences of a Software Company with CrowdRE.
Melanie Stade, Marc Oriol, Oscar Cabrera, Farnaz Fotrousi, Ronnie Schaniel, Norbert Seyff and Oleg Schmidt.
|11:30–12:00||Solution||CRAFT: A Crowd-Annotated Feedback Technique.
Mahmood Hosseini, Eduard Groen, Alimohammad Shahri and Raian Ali.
|12:00–12:30||Solution||Gathering Requirements for Software Configuration from the Crowd.
Denisse Muñante, Alberto Siena, Fitsum Meshesha Kifetew, Angelo Susi, Melanie Stade and Norbert Seyff.
|Session 3||Paper||Chair: Xavier Franch|
|2:00–2:20||Vision||Ethical Considerations in Research on User Feedback.
Farnaz Fotrousi, Norbert Seyff and Jürgen Börstler.
|Session 4||Interactive||Chair: Xavier Franch|
|2:20–3:30||Toward Establishing Shared Resources for CrowdRE.|
|Session 5||Papers||Chair: Eddy Groen|
|4:00–4:30||Solution||Which Feature is Unusable? Detecting Usability and User Experience Issues from User Reviews.
Elsa Bakiu and Emitza Guzman.
|4:30–4:50||Vision||Reframing Societal Discourse as Requirements Negotiation: Vision Statement.
Kurt Schneider, Oliver Karras, Anne Finger and Barbara Zibell.
|4:50–5:10||Vision||Discovering Requirements through Goal-Driven Process Mining.
Jacek Dąbrowski, Fitsum Meshesha Kifetew, Denisse Muñante, Angelo Susi, Emmanuel Letier and Alberto Siena.