Sixth International Workshop on
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|Rio de Janeiro, Brasil||Tuesday, July 16, 2013|
Special Track: Convergent Callenges
Special Track: Convergent Challenges
Join us to celebrate the 6th Annual IEEE Requirements Engineering & Law Workshop (RELAW) with a special track, entitled "Convergent Challenges in Legal Requirements Analysis and Modeling."
To participate in the special track, industry practitioners and researchers are invited to: (1) review our legal text excerpt; and (2) demonstrate how their methods, tools and techniques in requirements analysis and modeling can be used to identify and address technical problems concerning the legal text. The aim of this exercise is to compare approaches, identify strengths and gaps in the state-of-the-art, foster new collaborations within the research community, propose benchmarks, and generally challenge our community to advance our research agenda.
Approaches can span a range of perspectives from business processes and requirements to system architecture and verification.
Suggested structure for the extended abstract should be:
Authors are encouraged to allocate no more than one-half page to Section 1, and they may allocate the remaining space to Sections 2 and 3 at their choosing, i.e., to be more explicit about their approach and the examples, or to spend more time discussing answers to the questions. References to prior work can be used to add more context or to elaborate, but references should not be used to supplement the demonstration in Section 2.
Accepted abstracts will be presented in a special one and half hour workshop session that includes active discussants and audience participation. Extended abstracts and summary discussions from the session will be invited for publication in an official post-proceedings.
Extended abstracts must be 2-4 pages and formatted according to the IEEE Conference Publishing Services formatting instructions (see the Microsoft Word and Latex document templates) and submitted electronically in Adobe PDF format to the EasyChair service: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=relaw2013cc.
Special Track Organizers
Travis Breaux, Carnegie Mellon University
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