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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × Brazil
1 × Germany
1 × Spain
1 × Sweden
1 × USA
2 × Italy
Collaborated with:
A.Sutcliffe N.Bencomo K.Welsh P.Rayson V.Gervasi B.Nuseibeh C.Bull C.N.Bull A.J.Ramirez B.H.C.Cheng D.M.Berry R.Gacitua S.F.Tjong
Talks about:
requir (5) time (4) unknown (3) system (3) engin (3) run (3) uncertainti (2) resolut (2) assumpt (2) toward (2)

♂ Person: Pete Sawyer

DBLP DBLP: Sawyer:Pete

Facilitated 3 volumes:

MoDELS 2013PrCo
RE 2012Ed

Contributed to:

ICSE 20152015
RE 20142014
CAiSE 20132013
RE 20132013
MoDELS 20122012
REFSQ 20122012
ASE 20112011
RE 20112011

Wrote 9 papers:

ICSE-v2-2015-SawyerSRB #challenge #re-engineering #social
Dementia and Social Sustainability: Challenges for Software Engineering (PS, AS, PR, CB), pp. 527–530.
RE-2014-SutcliffeRBS #requirements
Discovering affect-laden requirements to achieve system acceptance (AS, PR, CNB, PS), pp. 173–182.
CAiSE-2013-SutcliffeS #adaptation #modelling #personalisation
Modeling Personalized Adaptive Systems (AS, PS), pp. 178–192.
RE-2013-SutcliffeS #elicitation #requirements #towards
Requirements elicitation: Towards the unknown unknowns (AS, PS), pp. 92–104.
MoDELS-2012-RamirezCBS #nondeterminism #runtime
Relaxing Claims: Coping with Uncertainty While Evaluating Assumptions at Run Time (AJR, BHCC, NB, PS), pp. 53–69.
REFSQ-2012-BerryGST #requirements #tool support
The Case for Dumb Requirements Engineering Tools (DMB, RG, PS, SFT), pp. 211–217.
ASE-2011-WelshSB #requirements #runtime #towards
Towards requirements aware systems: Run-time resolution of design-time assumptions (KW, PS, NB), pp. 560–563.
RE-2011-SawyerGN #information management #requirements
Unknown knowns: Tacit knowledge in requirements engineering (PS, VG, BN), p. 329.
RE-2011-WelshSB #nondeterminism #runtime
Run-time resolution of uncertainty (KW, PS, NB), pp. 355–356.

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