Jose Luis de la Vara
Jose Luis de la Vara
Senior Researcher, Ramon y Cajal Fellow, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain
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Naming the pain in requirements engineering
DM Fernández, S Wagner, M Kalinowski, M Felderer, P Mafra, A Vetrň, ...
Empirical software engineering 22 (5), 2298-2338, 2017
An extended systematic literature review on provision of evidence for safety certification
S Nair, JL De La Vara, M Sabetzadeh, L Briand
Information and Software Technology 56 (7), 689-717, 2014
Business process-driven requirements engineering: a goal-based approach
JL De la Vara González, JS Diaz
Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on Business Process Modeling, 15, 2007
Evidence management for compliance of critical systems with safety standards: A survey on the state of practice
S Nair, JL de la Vara, M Sabetzadeh, D Falessi
Information and Software Technology 60, 1-15, 2015
A review of traceability research at the requirements engineering conferencere@21
S Nair, JL De La Vara, S Sen
2013 21st IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), 222-229, 2013
Business process modelling and purpose analysis for requirements analysis of information systems
JL de la Vara, J Sánchez, Ó Pastor
International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 213-227, 2008
An industrial survey of safety evidence change impact analysis practice
JL de La Vara, M Borg, K Wnuk, L Moonen
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 42 (12), 1095-1117, 2016
Model-based specification of safety compliance needs for critical systems: A holistic generic metamodel
JL De la Vara, A Ruiz, K Attwood, H Espinoza, RK Panesar-Walawege, ...
Information and software technology 72, 16-30, 2016
Safetymet: A metamodel for safety standards
JL de la Vara, RK Panesar-Walawege
International Conference on Model Driven Engineering Languages and Systems …, 2013
An evidential reasoning approach for assessing confidence in safety evidence
S Nair, N Walkinshaw, T Kelly, JL de la Vara
2015 IEEE 26th International Symposium on Software Reliability Engineering …, 2015
Business processes contextualisation via context analysis
JL De La Vara, R Ali, F Dalpiaz, J Sánchez, P Giorgini
International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, 471-476, 2010
An Empirical Study on the Importance of Quality Requirements in Industry.
JL De La Vara, K Wnuk, R Berntsson-Svensson, J Sánchez, B Regnell
SEKE, 438-443, 2011
Business process-based requirements specification and object-oriented conceptual modelling of information systems
JL de la Vara González
Classification, structuring, and assessment of evidence for safety--a systematic literature review
S Nair, JL de la Vara, M Sabetzadeh, L Briand
2013 IEEE Sixth International Conference on Software Testing, Verification …, 2013
Improving requirements analysis through business process modelling: A participative approach
JL De la Vara, J Sánchez
International Conference on Business Information Systems, 165-176, 2008
Safety evidence traceability: Problem analysis and model
S Nair, JL de la Vara, A Melzi, G Tagliaferri, L De-La-Beaujardiere, ...
International working conference on requirements engineering: Foundation for …, 2014
A requirements engineering approach for data modelling of process-aware information systems
JL de la Vara, MH Fortuna, J Sánchez, CML Werner, MRS Borges
International Conference on Business Information Systems, 133-144, 2009
Towards a model-based evolutionary chain of evidence for compliance with safety standards
JL De La Vara, S Nair, E Verhulst, J Studzizba, P Pepek, J Lambourg, ...
International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability, and Security, 64-78, 2012
BPMN-based specification of task descriptions: approach and lessons learnt
JL de la Vara, J Sánchez
International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for …, 2009
COMPRO: a methodological approach for business process contextualisation
JL De La Vara, R Ali, F Dalpiaz, J Sánchez, P Giorgini
OTM Confederated International Conferences" On the Move to Meaningful …, 2010
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