SECOND IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON REQUIREMENTS
An IEEE Software Technology Transfer Conference
April 15-18, 1996, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA
Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society - Technical Council on Software
With Corporate Support from Fujitsu and MCI
CALL FOR PAPERS
ICRE '96 is the second in a biennial series of conferences aimed at bringing
together practitioners and researchers to discuss software requirements
engineering related problems and results. Further, as a technology transfer
conference, it is designed to provide (1) practitioners with an evaluation of
promising requirements research and practice, and (2) researchers with an
exposure to real-world requirements problems.
Authors are invited to submit papers on a wide range of
requirements topics addressing theory and/or
- Experience Papers
- reflect on the nature of, and solutions to
real-world requirements problems.
Special consideration will be given to
promising experience papers.
- Ripe Fruits
- describe research results that authors believe are ready for
immediate use in practice.
- Research Papers
- describe outcomes of near-term research projects addressing
realistic requirements problems.
Authors are encouraged to focus on one of these three aspects as the primary
theme of their contribution. In all cases, practical and near-term
applicability of the proposed ideas must be emphasized.
The best papers in the conference will be considered for publication in
Proposals that focus on requirements engineering controversies are encouraged,
especially those that highlight the gulf between requirements research and
practice. Preference will be given to panels that consist of members who have
a significant presence in the field and present a diversity of views on the
topic chosen. Proposals should include the title, a brief description of
issues to be debated, the names of prospective panel members and a description
of their roles.
Experience paper extended abstracts due: June 2, 1995
Feedback to authors on experience paper abstracts: July 14, 1995
Full ripe fruit and near-term research papers due: Aug. 18, 1995
Full experience papers, panel proposals due: Sept. 8, 1995
Authors notified of acceptance: Nov. 10, 1995
Camera-ready papers due: Dec. 29, 1995
Carl Chang (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Chandra Shekaran (email@example.com) & Jawed Siddiqi (J.I.Siddiqi@shu.ac.uk)
Yong Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Local Arrangements Chair:
Alan Davis (email@example.com)
Yahya Al-salqan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Information on ICRE '96 may be obtained by sending internet electronic mail to
email@example.com, or through the WWW using the URL