International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Self-Adaptive, Collaborative, and Cyber Physical Systems
会议地点: Bannf, Alberta, Canada
For several years now, a continuous effort to contribute to the body of knowledge in the area of self-adaptive systems has been made by various researchers. Areas, such as domain modelling, configuration, and systematic engineering to anticipate the need for and facilitate the ability of runtime adaptation, have been topics of steadily increasing interest in the research community, but are still lacking viable solutions. Similarly, the research community of cyber physical systems has recognized the increasing number of challenges in this up-and-coming research field resulting from the interactive and heterogeneous nature of cyber physical systems. For both, self-adaptive systems and cyber physical systems, the consideration of holistic engineering approaches with a particular emphasis on the early phases of software engineering (i.e., requirements engineering and conceptual modelling) are needed to guarantee highly qualitative products. In consequence, given the interactive and context-sensitive nature of self-adaptive and cyber physical systems, the list of open research topics in requirements engineering overlaps to a large extent. The mission of the Fourth International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Self-Adaptive, Collaborative, and Cyber Physical Systems is to foster the exchange of ideas and is hence of great interest for both communities.