Informatik-Kolloquium SoSe 2017

Do, 06.07.2017: Ambiguity defects as variation points in requirements

Laura Semini, Universität Pisa (eingeladen von Lutz Prechelt)

Takustr. 9, Raum 055, 16:15 bis ca. 17:45

TITLE: Ambiguity defects as variation points in requirements

ABSTRACT: Software requirements are generally expressed in Natural Language. NL is intrinsically ambiguous, and this is seen as a possible source of problems in the later interpretation of requirements. However, ambiguity or under-specification at requirements level can in some cases give an indication of possible variability, either in design choice, in implementation choices or configurability. Taking into account the results of previous analyses conducted on different requirements documents with NL analysis tools, we attempt a first classification of the forms of ambiguity that indicate variation points, and we indicate an approach to achieve automated support to variability elicitation.

Mo, 11.09.2017: House hunting by committee in honey bee swarms

Kirk Visscher, University of California (eingeladen von Tim Landgraf)

Takustr. 9, gr. Hörsaal, 14 bis ca. 16 Uhr

TITLE: House hunting by committee in honey bee swarms: The blind intelligence of distributed decision-making

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Takustr. 9, Raum xx, 14:15 bis ca. 15:45

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