Sylwia Kopczyńska
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Users—the hidden software product quality experts?: A study on how app users report quality aspects in online reviews
EC Groen, S Kopczyńska, MP Hauer, TD Krafft, J Doerr
2017 IEEE 25th international requirements engineering conference (RE), 80-89, 2017
582017
Perceived importance of agile requirements engineering practices–a survey
M Ochodek, S Kopczyńska
Journal of Systems and Software 143, 29-43, 2018
402018
Using non-functional requirements templates for elicitation: A case study
S Kopczyńska, J Nawrocki
Requirements Patterns (RePa), 2014 IEEE 4th International Workshop on, 47-54, 2014
292014
Agile requirements engineering: A research perspective
J Nawrocki, M Ochodek, J Jurkiewicz, S Kopczyńska, B Alchimowicz
International Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice of†…, 2014
252014
An empirical study on catalog of non-functional requirement templates: Usefulness and maintenance issues
S Kopczyńska, J Nawrocki, M Ochodek
Information and software technology 103, 75-91, 2018
172018
Is there Really a Need for Using NLP to Elicit Requirements? A Benchmarking Study to Assess Scalability of Manual Analysis
EC Groen, J Schowalter, S Kopczyńska, S Alvani, S Polst
REFSQ 2018 Joint Proceedings of the Co-Located Events 2075 (CEUR), 2018
172018
On importance of non-functional requirements in agile software projects—a survey
S Kopczyńska, M Ochodek, J Nawrocki
Integrating Research and Practice in Software Engineering, 145-158, 2020
132020
Software development studio—Bringing industrial environment to a classroom
S Kopczyńska, J Nawrocki, M Ochodek
2012 First International Workshop on Software Engineering Education Based on†…, 2012
122012
Adapting Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis for Assessing the Quality of Software Products. Current Approaches and Future Perspectives
A Trendowicz, S Kopczyńska
Advances in Computers 93, 153-226, 2014
102014
Deep learning model for end-to-end approximation of COSMIC functional size based on use-case names
M Ochodek, S Kopczyńska, M Staron
Information and Software Technology 123, 106310, 2020
92020
The Knapsack-Lightening problem and its application to scheduling HRT tasks
J Nawrocki, W Complak, J Blazewicz, S Kopczynska, M Mackowiak
Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Technical Sciences 57 (1), 71-77, 2009
92009
Sketching use-case scenarios based on use-case goals and patterns
M Ochodek, K Koronowski, A Matysiak, P Miklosik, S Kopczyńska
Software Engineering: Challenges and Solutions, 17-30, 2017
52017
Structured meetings for non-functional requirements elicitation
S Kopczyńska, M Maćkowiak, J Nawrocki
Foundations of Computing and Decision Sciences 36 (1), 35-56, 2011
42011
Requirements Engineering for Well-Being, Aging, and Health: An Overview for Practitioners
M Levy, L Liu, D Amyot, E Yu, M Alshammari, M Baslyman, E Bjarnason, ...
IEEE Software 38 (3), 7-12, 2021
32021
HAZOP-based Approach to Pattern Identification for Non-functional Requirements
S Kopczynska, J Nawrocki
5th International Workshop on Requirements Patterns (RePa 2015), 39-46, 2015
22015
When NFR templates pay back? A study on evolution of catalog of NFR templates
S Kopczyńska, J Nawrocki, M Ochodek
International Conference on Product-Focused Software Process Improvement†…, 2019
12019
Supporting Non-functional Requirements Elicitation with Templates
S Kopczyńska
https://sin.put.poznan.pl/dissertations/details/d58, 2018
12018
Relating reflection workshop results with team goals
K Sylwia
CMST 20 (4), 129-138, 2014
12014
Maintainability of Automatic Acceptance Tests for Web Applications—A Case Study Comparing Two Approaches to Organizing Code of Test Cases
A Sadaj, M Ochodek, S Kopczyńska, J Nawrocki
International Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice of†…, 2020
2020
A Case Study on a Hybrid Approach to Assessing the Maturity of Requirements Engineering Practices in Agile Projects (REMMA)
M Ochodek, S Kopczyńska, J Nawrocki
International Conference on Current Trends in Theory and Practice of†…, 2020
2020
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