We develop and validate a framework for empirical evaluation of Service Oriented Requirements Engineering (SORE) theories, methods and techniques


A collaboration of: Maya Daneva
Funded by:FP7-Marie Curie Programme.
Duration:January 2010 until December 2012
Contact:Prof.Dr. R.J. Wieringa (Roel)

Information Systems Group, University of Twente (is.ewi.utwente.nl)

Project: EFRASYS

PROJECT GOAL

The goal of the EFRASYS project is to develop and validate a framework for empirical evaluation of Service Oriented Requirements Engineering (SORE) theories, methods and techniques. This project receives funding under the FP7-Marie Curie Programme.

DESIGN QUESTIONS

EFRASYS aims to answer three research questions formulated in relation to adapting or defining new evaluation techniques:

RQ1: What existing theoretical techniques are suitable for evaluation within a service-oriented environment?

RQ2: What existing and new empirical techniques are suitable for evaluation within a service-oriented environment? These then have to be combined in a cohesive and complementary way, leading to the third research question,

RQ3: How can we integrate the most suitable theoretical techniques in an empirical evaluation framework for evaluating SoRE methods & techniques?

PROJECT INFORMATION

- Period: 2010-2012

- Partners: University of Twente (chair of IS)

- IS Chair: 1 Post-doctoral researcher

- Personnel: Dr. Nelly Condori Fernandez, Dr. Maya Daneva, and Prof. Dr. Roel Wieringa



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