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CALL FOR PAPERS

Fifth International Workshop on Affective Computing in Requirements Engineering on September 5, 2023, in conjunction with RE'23 in Hannover, Germany.

Workshop website, including the Program Committee: https://affectre2023.se.uni-hannover.de/

SUBMISSION INFORMATION
We invite authors to submit original and unpublished work in the form of full research papers (up to 6 pages), short position pages (up to 4 pages) and extended abstracts (up to 2 pages). All submissions should follow the IEEE formatting instructions and must be submitted electronically in the PDF format via the EasyChair system through the link https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=affectre23 Accepted papers will be submitted for publication in the IEEE Digital Library as part of the joint RE'23 workshop proceedings if at least one author registers for and presents their work at the workshop. Also, presenters are expected to attend and actively participate in the entire workshop.

TOPICS
The Topics of Interest include but are not limited to

  *   Impact of affective and cognitive states (affects, emotions, moods, attitudes, personality traits) on individual and group performance, commitment and collaboration in RE
  *   Methods and artifacts for elicitation and representation of emotional requirements, including the relevant approaches of participatory design (co-design)
  *   Leveraging affective feedback by stakeholders to improve requirements, tools, and processes (e.g., capturing and analysing the sentiments of users and community feedback and sentiment analysis of product reviews)
  *   Exploration of biometric sensors emerging from new commercial hardware which enable new measurement techniques to support the verification and validation of functional, nonfunctional (quality) and emotional requirements
  *   Emotional and cognitive aspects of interactions between RE and other activities of a software process, such as testing (e.g., in the communication between requirements engineers and testers)
  *   Design, development, and evaluation of frameworks and tools for eliciting, representing and validating emotional requirements
  *   Ethnographic approaches to monitor affective factors in workplaces of IT industry
  *   Defining or adapting psychological models to RE (e.g., understanding the triggers behind positive and negative emotions, modelling coarse vs. fine-grained emotions, and applying up-to-date theories of emotion)
  *   Detection of affective and cognitive states from the multimodal analysis of spontaneous communicative behaviour, such as a natural language, body postures and gestures, speech, or conversations
  *   Sensing from communication artifacts (e.g., message boards, social media) and techniques/tools for extracting and summarizing affects and emotions from such channels
  *   Interplay between affects and exogenous or endogenous workplace factors (e.g., physical location of the stakeholders, organizational hierarchy, adopted technologies)
  *   Emotion and cognition awareness in cross-cultural stakeholder teams (e.g., in global software development)
  *   The relationship and interplay between emotional requirements and human values in different cultural contexts
  *   Mutual emotion-awareness: affect display rules and how displaying emotions enhances trust, appreciation, cooperation, and other outcomes of RE activities
  *   Software frameworks, APIs, and patterns for designing and maintaining affect- and cognitive-aware RE systems (e.g., for integrating sensing of affects in requirements management tools).

DATES
Optional abstract submission: June 2, 2023
Workshop paper submissions due: June 9, 2023, Anywhere on Earth (AoE).
Notification to workshop paper authors: July 7, 2023, AoE.
Camera Ready deadline: July 14, 2023, AoE.
Workshop: September 5, 2023.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES AND PUBLICATION
The workshop proceedings will be published by IEEE Digital Library as a part of the joint RE'23 workshop proceedings.
EasyChair submission page: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=affectre23
IEEE formatting instructions: https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates.html

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