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MERE 2010 - Fourth International Workshop on Multimedia and Enjoyable Requirements Engineering

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Category Requirements Engineering

Deadline: July 09, 2010 | Date: September 27, 2010

Venue/Country: Sydney, Australia

Updated: 2010-06-04 19:32:22 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

MERE’10 Fourth International Workshop on Multimedia and Enjoyable Requirements Engineering

Beyond Mere Descriptions and with More Fun and Games

Oliver Creighton Siemens Corporate Technology, Germany

David Callele University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Olly Gotel Independent Researcher, USA

This workshop will provide a collaborative session in which lateral thinking about requirements engineering is facilitated and some suspension of disbelief is expected. The intention is to explore the value of enjoyment and the role of varying media forms as a way to seed high-quality efforts and results in requirements engineering. It is driven by a passion of the workshop chairs to make requirements engineering more ‘fun’ and engaging for all stakeholders. To complement the perspective of the previous workshops, this year the workshop also aims to investigate the special requirements engineering needs of media-rich systems (like video games, mobile applications and social media). The workshop will be used to identify future work, issues, problems and priorities, and to propose recommendations around these dimensions for future requirements research. Visit for further information.

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