Publications

Acceptance rates are given where known, calculated from the number of full (F) and short (S) papers accepted and the total number of submissions (T).  For full papers, the rate given is F/T, and for short papers, the rate given is (F+S)/T. 

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Current

Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi.  Using Arguments to Visualize Virtual License Conflicts in Heterogeneously-Licensed Systems.  Submitted to ACM Symposium on Software Visualization (SoftVis 2010)

Walt Scacchi and Thomas A. Alspaugh.  Understanding the Role of Licenses and Evolution in Open Architecture Software Ecosystems.  Submitted to Journal of Systems and Software, special issue on Software Ecosystems. 

2010

Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi.  The Challenge of Heterogeneously Licensed Systems in Open Architecture Software Ecosystems.  In 7th Acquisition Research Symposium, 12–13 May 2010. 
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2009

Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi.  The Role of Software Licenses in Open Architecture Ecosystems.  In First International Workshop on Software Ecosystems (IWSECO-2009), pages 4–18, 27 Sept. 2009. 
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Thomas A. Alspaugh and Walt Scacchi.  Heterogeneously-Licensed System Requirements, Acquisition, and Governance.  In Second International Workshop on Requirements Engineering and Law (RELAW’09), pages 1–2, 1 Sept. 2009. 
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Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi.  Intellectual Property Rights Requirements for Heterogeneously-Licensed Systems.  In 17th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE’09), pages 24–33, Aug. 31–Sept. 4 2009. 
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doi:10.1109/RE.2009.22
Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi.  Analyzing Software Licenses in Open Architecture Software Systems.  In 2nd International Workshop on Emerging Trends in FLOSS Research and Development (FLOSS), pages 1–4, 18 May 2009. 
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doi:10.1109/FLOSS.2009.5071361
Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hazeline U. Asuncion, and Walt Scacchi.  Software Licenses, Open Source Components, and Open Architectures.  In 6th Acquisition Research Symposium, 13–14 May 2009. 
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2008

Susan Elliott Sim, Thomas A. Alspaugh, and Ban Al-Ani.  Marginal Notes on Amethodical Requirements Engineering: What experts learned from experience.  In 16th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE’08), pages 105–114, 8–12 Sept. 2008. 
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doi:10.1109/RE.2008.52
Amanda M. Williams and Thomas A. Alspaugh.  Articulating software requirements comic book style.  In Third International Workshop on Multimedia and Enjoyable Requirements Engineering (MERE’08), pages 1–5, 9 Sept. 2008. 
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doi:10.1109/MERE.2008.3
Mamadou Diallo, Leila Naslavsky, Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hadar Ziv, and Debra J. Richardson.  Toward Architecture Evaluation Through Ontology-based Requirements-level Scenarios.  In R. de Lemos, F. Di Giandomenico, C. Gacek, H. Muccini, and M. Vieira, editors, Architecting Dependable Systems V, Springer, 2008. 
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doi:10.1007/978-3-540-85571-2_10
Walt Scacchi and Thomas A. Alspaugh.  Emerging Issues in the Acquisition of Open Source Software within the U.S. Department of Defense.  In 5th Annual Acquisition Research Symposium, 14–15 May 2008. 
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Thomas A. Alspaugh and Annie I. Antón.  Scenario support for effective requirements.  Information and Software Technology, 50(3):198–220, Feb. 2008. 
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doi:10.1016/j.infsof.2006.12.003

2007

Mamadou Diallo, Susan Elliott Sim, and Thomas A. Alspaugh.  Case Study, Interrupted: The Paucity of Subject Systems that Span the Requirements-Architecture Gap.  In First Workshop on Empirical Assessment of Software Engineering Languages and Technologies (WEASELTech’07), 5 Nov. 2007. 
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Thomas A. Alspaugh, Susan Elliott Sim, Kristina Winbladh, Mamadou Diallo, Hadar Ziv, and Debra J. Richardson.  Clarity for Stakeholders: Empirical Evaluation of ScenarioML, Use Cases, and Sequence Diagrams.  In Fifth International Workshop on Comparative Evaluation in Requirements Engineering (CERE’07), pages 1–10, 16 Oct. 2007. 
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Mamadou H. Diallo, Leila Naslavsky, Hadar Ziv, Thomas A. Alspaugh, and Debra J. Richardson.  Evaluating Software Architectures Against Requirements-level Scenarios.  In Third International Workshop on the Role of Software Architecture for Testing and Analysis (ROSATEA’07), 10–11 July 2007. 
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Rand Waltzman, Kristina Winbladh, Thomas A. Alspaugh, and Debra J. Richardson.  In the Requirements Lies the Power.  In International Conference on Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering (SEKE’07), 9–11 July 2007. 
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2006

Lihua Xu, Hadar Ziv, Thomas A. Alspaugh, and Debra J. Richardson.  An architectural pattern for non-functional dependability requirements.  Journal of Systems and Software, 79(10):1370–1378, Oct. 2006. 
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doi:10.1016/j.jss.2006.02.061
Kristina Winbladh, Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hadar Ziv, and Debra J. Richardson.  An Automated Approach for Goal-driven, Specification-based Testing.  In 21st International Conference on Automated Software Engineering (ASE 2006), pages 289–292, 18–22 Sept. 2006. 
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doi:10.1109/ASE.2006.11
Thomas A. Alspaugh, Eric Baumer, and Bill Tomlinson.  On a Mixed-Methods Evaluation of a Social-Agent Scenario Visualization.  In Fourth International Workshop on Comparative Evaluation in Requirements Engineering (CERE’06), pages 60–65, 11 Sept. 2006. 
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doi:10.1109/CERE.2006.7
Thomas A. Alspaugh, Bill Tomlinson, and Eric Baumer.  Using Social Agents to Visualize Software Scenarios.  In ACM Symposium on Software Visualization (SOFTVIS’06), pages 87–94, 4–5 Sept. 2006. 
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doi:10.1145/1148493.1148507 movie
Kristina Winbladh, Thomas A. Alspaugh, Hadar Ziv, and Debra J. Richardson.  Architecture-based Testing Using Goals and Plans.  In Second International Workshop on the Role of Software Architecture for Testing and Analysis (ROSATEA’06), 17 July 2006. 
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Eric Baumer, Bill Tomlinson, Man Lok Yau, and Thomas A. Alspaugh.  Normative Echoes: use and manipulation of player generated content by communities of NPCs.  In Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment (AIIDE-06), 20–23 June 2006. 
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Mamadou H. Diallo, Jose Romero-Mariona, Susan Elliot Sim, Thomas A. Alspaugh, and Debra J. Richardson.  A Comparative Evaluation of Three Approaches to Specifying Security Requirements.  In 12th International Working Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ’06), 5–6 June 2006. 
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2005

Leila Naslavsky, Thomas A. Alspaugh, Debra J. Richardson, and Hadar Ziv.  Using Scenarios to Support Traceability.  In 3rd International Workshop on Traceability in Emerging Forms of Software Engineering (TEFSE’05), Nov. 2005. 
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doi:10.1145/1107656.1107663
Lihua Xu, Hadar Ziv, Debra Richardson, and Thomas A. Alspaugh.  An architectural pattern for non-functional dependability requirements.  In ICSE 2005 Workshop on Architecting Dependable Systems (WADS 2005), pages 1–6, 15–17 Aug. 2005. 
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doi:10.1145/1083217.1083219
Thomas A. Alspaugh, Debra J. Richardson, Thomas A. Standish, and Hadar Ziv.  Scenario-driven Specification-based Testing against Goals and Requirements.  In 11th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ’05), pages 201–216, 13–14 June 2005. 
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Thomas A. Alspaugh, Debra J. Richardson, and Thomas A. Standish.  Scenarios, State Machines, and Purpose-Driven Testing.  In 4th International Workshop on Scenarios and State Machines: Models, Algorithms and Tools (SCESM’05), pages 1–5, 21 May 2005. 
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doi:10.1145/1083183.1083185

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2003

Thomas A. Alspaugh and Annie I. Antón.  Contrasting Use Case, Goal, and Scenario Analysis of the Euronet System.  In 11th IEEE Joint International Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE’03), pages 355–356, 8–12 Sept. 2003. 
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doi:10.1109/ICRE.2003.1232784
William Stufflebeam, Annie I. Antón, and Thomas A. Alspaugh.  SMaRT — Scenario Management and Requirements Tool.  In 11th IEEE Joint International Conference on Requirements Engineering (RE’03), page 351, 8–12 Sept. 2003. 
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doi:10.1109/ICRE.2003.1232782

2002

Thomas A. Alspaugh.  Scenario networks and formalization for scenario management.  PhD thesis, North Carolina State University, 23 Sept. 2002. 
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2001

Annie I. Antón, Julia B. Earp, Colin Potts, and Thomas A. Alspaugh.  The Role of Policy and Stakeholder Privacy Values in Requirements Engineering.  In Fifth IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering (RE’01), pages 138–145, 27–31 Aug. 2001. 
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doi:10.1109/ISRE.2001.948553
Thomas A. Alspaugh and Annie I. Antón.  Scenario Networks: A case study of the Enhanced Messaging System.  In 7th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality (REFSQ’01), pages 113–124, 4–5 June 2001. 
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2000

1999

Thomas A. Alspaugh, Annie I. Antón, Tiffany Barnes, and Bradford W. Mott.  An Integrated Scenario Management Strategy.  In Fourth IEEE International Symposium on Requirements Engineering (RE’99), pages 142–149, 7–11 June 1999. 
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doi:10.1109/ISRE.1999.777994

1992

Thomas A. Alspaugh, Stuart R. Faulk, Kathryn Heninger Britton, R. Alan Parker, David L. Parnas, and John E. Shore. Software Requirements for the A-7E Aircraft.  NRL Memorandum Report 3876.  Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC.  31 Aug., 1992. 
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doi:100.2/ADA255746
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