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Architecture-driven Requirements Engineering (ARE)

ARE has been started in February 2013 and is headed by Jun.-Prof. Anne Koziolek.

Our research is concerned with evaluating software architectures to provide systematic decision support for requirements engineering activities. This applies the idea of the Twin Peaks model of requirements and architecture to quantitative, model-based software architecture evaluation. The Twin Peaks model has been proposed by Bashar Nuseibeh (2001), who applied the insight of the inevitable intertwining of specification and design (Swartout and Balzer 1982) to software architecture.

The current focus of the group is quality requirements, where the results of software architecture optimization is used to provide quantitative feedback about the attainable design space.


ICSE 2018 Demonstration track CfP

Call for contributions to ICSE Demonstrations Track The objective of the ICSE 2018 Demonstrations Track is to excite the software engineering community about new advances in our field through compe

(10.05.2017) [more]
Girl's-Day 2017 am ARE

Zum 4. mal in Folge beteiligt sich das ARE am Girl's-Day des KIT. ARE bietet insgesamt 15 interessierten Sch├╝lerinnen einen Programmierworkshop mit Hilfe der Programmiersprache "Scratch" an. Mit spiel

(28.04.2017) [more]
ICPE 2017 proceedings available

The proceedings of the 8th ACM/SPEC International Conference on Performance Engineering (ICPE 2017), of which Evgenia Smirni (College of William and Mary, USA) and Anne Koziolek are program chairs, no

(16.04.2017) [more]
DAAD Stipendium: Manar Mazkatli joins ARE group

Manar Mazkatli joins the ARE group in context of the DAAD Stipendium "Leadership for Syria".

(01.08.2016) [more]