Eric Ras

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Wiki-Based Stakeholder Participation in Requirements Engineering IEEE Software English 2007 Requirements elicitation and documentation are complex activities. So, not only the requirements themselves but also the people involved and the means for managing the requirements will evolve during the project. For example, it might be necessary to add RE personnel, to document templates, or to change the requirements classification scheme. In summary, especially in participative RE, the underlying platform as well the RE approach must be flexible. As the well-known Wikipedia shows, wikis provide a flexible platform for asynchronous collaboration to create content in general. In this article, we investigate how to adapt this approach to support active stakeholder participation in RE. We include a document structure for wiki-based RE and discuss potential problems and solutions based on our experience 0 0
Wiki-Based stakeholder participation in requirements engineering IEEE Software 2007 Requirements elicitation and documentation are complex activities. The quality of their products can improve through stakeholders' participation, particularly in high-uncertainty projects. However, participative {RE,} especially in distributed environments, needs a platform that can support effective collaboration. The authors adapted the Wikipedia approach to collaboration in content creation to support active stakeholder participation in {RE,} including a document structure for wikibased {RE.} They discuss challenges and solutions based on their experience. 0 0
Using weblogs for knowledge sharing and learning in information spaces Experience-based Information System
Information space
Micro-didactical learning arrangement
Pedagogical information agent
Weblog
Wiki
Journal of Universal Computer Science English 2005 There are various Knowledge Management Systems available currently and designed to support knowledge sharing and learning. An example of these are "Experience-based Information Systems" in the domain of Software Engineering, i.e., Information Systems designed to support experience management. Lately, these have become more and more sophisticated from a technical point of view. However, there are several shortcomings that appear to limit the input, the content of these systems and their usage. The problems identified in this paper relate to knowledge acquisition, learning issues, as well as to the users' motivation and trust. We introduce an approach meant to enhance the content of the experience base and improve learning from experiences within information spaces, namely weblogs that are maintained during daily work and serve as input for both an experience base and for an information element base. In order to enhance learning, a pedagogical information agent is envisaged for retrieving suitable experiences to be further enriched with additional information elements and produce micro-didactical learning arrangements. In addition we consider the relevance of motivation and trust issues. An empirical study demonstrates that using weblogs for such an approach is feasible. © J.UCS. 0 0