MaRK Book


Preliminary table of contents


Managing requirements knowledge is an edited book, which will be published by Springer. The book focuses on potentials and benefits of lightweight knowledge management techniques applied to requirements engineering. The book chapters will present novel ideas, emerging methodologies, frameworks, and tools as well as industrial experiences for capturing, representing, sharing, and reusing tacit knowledge in requirements engineering. The book will handle the following six themes, each in one separate part:


1. Motivation and industrial needs

2. Knowledge capturing and retrieval (with focus on tacit Knowledge and mining techniques)

3. Knowledge representation and evolution (with focus on ontologies, rationale management, NFR, and NLP)

4. Knowledge sharing (with focus on collaborative approaches and wikis)

5. Applications and tools (with focus on recommendation systems in requirements engineering)

6. Methodologies on agile, creative and community-based requirements engineering


Call for chapters you can download here




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