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Workshop proposals are accepted until:
June 2, 2017
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SKY 2017, 8th International Workshop on Software Knowledge (IC3K)
Chair(s): Iaakov Exman, Anabel Fraga and Juan Llorens
8th International Workshop on
Software Knowledge -
August 7, 2017
September 4, 2017
Camera Ready and Registration:
September 12, 2017
"Software Knowledge" – in short SKY – means that software in its higher abstraction levels is a new kind of knowledge, Runnable knowledge as an end goal. Thus, the classes and relationships of a software system design are easily viewed as classes and relationships in a knowledge ontology. For further details visit SoftwareKnowledge.org. The main theme of the SKY2016 Workshop is Software Knowledge within Systems Engineering Processes. The exponential growth and availability of information and assets, both structured and unstructured is a critical challenge for Systems Engineering Processes. Requirements engineering and Quality of Requirements are central areas for the workshop in the theme selected for this year.
Obtaining the right-requirements-right is a complex, difficult and non-linear process, in which engineers must respond to the double challenge of discovering and formalizing customers’ needs and expectations. The different ways of understanding and representing requirements, among customers and engineers, are real difficult problems at the time of clearly formalizing requirements.
The combination of Requirements Engineering with Software Knowledge, by information retrieval from existing sources (e.g. business rules, requirements, use cases, tests, feed-back), allows the verification process to measure quality of a set of requirements in various dimensions: traceability, consistency/redundancy, completeness and noise.
The Workshop main objective is to discuss and propose practical research approaches, theories and tools to deal with experimental and laboratory research, as well as with large scale industrial systems.