Prototyping RE Experiments in the Classroom

@INPROCEEDINGS{5633112,
author={Penzenstadler, B. and Callele, D.},
booktitle={Requirements Engineering Education and Training (REET), 2010 5th International Workshop on}, title={Prototyping RE experiments in the classroom: An experience report},
year={2010},
month={sept.},
volume={},
number={},
pages={7 -16},
abstract={In this work we investigate the feasibility of prototyping industrial requirements engineering experiments within an educational environment, i.e. conducting a prestudy with students before performing the experiments in industry. We identify a set of constraints on the experimental design intended to make research participation more rewarding for our industrial partners and investigate the complexities of meeting both research and learning objectives within the same experiments. We report our observations and conclude that designing effective requirements experiments for an industrial environment, sensitive to industrial constraints, is a very difficult problem. Specific educational recommendations in visualization, prioritization, and customer interaction are also presented.},
keywords={Context;Software;Software engineering;Training;Tutorials;Unified modeling language;Visualization;design of experiments;educational institutions;formal specification;formal verification;prototypes;systems analysis;customer interaction;educational environment;industrial constraint;industrial environment;requirement engineering experiment prototyping;Requirements elicitation;education;experimental design;pedagogy;},
doi={10.1109/REET.2010.5633112},
ISSN={},}