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Metadata on Articles Published at the Requirements Engineering Conference, REFSQ conference, or Requirements Engineering Journal from 2009 until 2018

Bastian Tenbergen; Marian Daun

In the 1990s, it was recognized that Requirements Engineering lays the foundation for high quality software. A substantial research community has formed that set out to enable practitioners of the 21st century to systematically adopt proven strategies to common development challenges and to enable the engineering of innovative solutions and product features. But is contemporary RE Research delivering what it set out to deliver? In the article at IEEE Software 36(4) with DOI 10.1109/MS.2019.2909127, we provide a brief overview over the accomplishments of the past 10 years and identify open opportunities. The work at hand is the raw dataset of metadata, specifically keywords and author names, of articles published at the Requirements Engineering Conference, REFSQ conference, or Requirements Engineering Journal from 2009 until 2018 and supplements our article.

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