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REFSQ 2021
Mon 12 - Thu 15 April 2021 Germany

User story ambiguity has been identified as a serious challenge in Requirements Engineering (RE) due to various linguistic and contextual constraints. These challenges have been addressed by research employing mainly Natural Language Programming (NLP) techniques and Conceptual Modeling. However, existing studies have only limitedly investigated the impact of personal and organizational elements on user story ambiguity and user awareness of ambiguity issues. Therefore, this research aims to mitigate user story ambiguity by developing a knowledge repository for user story writing from different domains. To do so, we aim to investigate the role of cognitive elements to enhance user story clarity. Technically, the use of context-free grammar will be investigated to maintain the quality of the knowledge repository. Finally, for raising awareness of ambiguity issues, gamification concepts (e.g., levels/tags, points) will be applied to monitor user progress.

Mon 12 Apr

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11:00 - 12:30
Doctoral Symposium Session 1Doctoral Symposium at Doctoral Symposium Virtual Room
Chair(s): Xavier Franch Universitat Polit├Ęcnica de Catalunya
11:00
15m
Day opening
Doctoral Symposium Opening
Doctoral Symposium
Xavier Franch Universitat Polit├Ęcnica de Catalunya, Travis Breaux Carnegie Mellon University
11:15
35m
Talk
The use of context-free grammar and gamification to reduce user story ambiguity and raise ambiguity awareness: A proposal
Doctoral Symposium
Anis R. Amna Ghent University
11:50
40m
Other
Panel: How much evaluation is enough?
Doctoral Symposium
Anna Perini Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Marcela Ruiz ZHAW School of Engineering, Andreas Vogelsang University of Cologne