Research

My research interests involve software product lines, model-based development and evolution, bridging requirements and architectures, scenario-based requirements engineering, requirements elicitation and negotiation, software inspection, traceability, value-based software engineering. This page lists selected publications in these areas.

Software Product Lines

Model-based Development and Evolution

Bridging Requirements and Architectures

  • Grünbacher, P., Egyed, A., Medvidovic, N., Reconciling Software Requirements and Architectures with Intermediate Models, Software and System Modeling (Springer), vol. 3, no. 3, pp. 235-253, 2004, ISSN: 1619-1366
  • Vogl, H., Lehner, K., Grünbacher, P., Egyed, A., Reconciling Requirements and Architectures: Using the CBSP approach in an iPhone App Project, 10th IEEE Int’l Requirements Engineering Conference (RE’11), Trento, Italy, August 29-September 2, 2011

Scenario-based Requirements Engineering

Requirements Elicitation and Negotiation

Software Inspection

Traceability

Value-based Software Engineering

  • Biffl, S., Aurum, A., Boehm, B.W., Erdogmus, H., Grünbacher, P. (eds.): Value-based Software Engineering. Springer-Verlag, ISBN: 3-540-25994-7, 2006 
  • Egyed, A., Grünbacher, P., Heindl, M., Biffl, S., Value-based Requirements Traceability: Lessons Learned, In: Lyytinen, K.J.; Loucopoulos, P.; Mylopoulos, J.; Robinson, W. (Eds.) Design Requirements Engineering: A Ten-Year Perspective, Springer Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing , Vol. 14, 2009, XIII, 495 p., ISBN: 978-3-540-92965-9