Publications on Requirements Change


Conference proceedings (international peer reviewed)

Hoorn, J. F. (2005).
Sources of requirements change. A goal and viewpoints-driven explanation. SIGCHI.NL The Hague, Netherlands, October 13, 2005. New York: ACM Press.

Hoorn, J. F. & Breuker, M. E. (2005).
Panta rho: Personal before business in changing requirements priorities. In J. Ralyté, P. J. Ågerfalk, & N. Kraiem (Eds.), Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Situational Requirements Engineering Processes: Methods, Techniques, and Tools to Support Situation-Specific Requirements Engineering Processes (SREP'05), Paris, France, August 29-30, 2005, In Conjunction with the Thirteenth IEEE Requirements Engineering Conference (RE'05) (pp. 152-162). Ireland: University of Limerick.

Hoorn, J. F., Konijn, E. A., Van Vliet, H., & Van der Veer, G. (2005).
Goal-oriented RE for handling change requirements: An explanation of what stakeholders try to avoid and what they try to achieve. In K. Cox, E. Dubois, Y. Pigneur, J. Verner, S. Bleistein, A. M. Davis, & R. Wieringa (Eds.), Proceedings of the International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Business Need and IT Alignment (REBNITA'05), Paris, France, August 29-30, 2005, In Conjunction with the Thirteenth IEEE Requirements Engineering Conference (RE'05) (pp. 123-132). Australia: University of New South Wales Press.

Hoorn, J. F., Van Dam, S., Fambach, G., Van Nieuwland, A., & Van der Veer, G. C. (2004).
Looking for win/win solutions between lab-work and hands-on experience in IT research. SIGCHI.NL 2004: Dutch Directions in HCI [CD]. New York: ACM Press.

Hoorn, J. F., & Van der Veer, G. C. (2003a).
Requirements analysis and task design in dynamic environments. In D. Harris, V. Duffy, M. Smith, & C. Stephanidis (Eds.), Human-centred computing: Cognitive, social, and ergonomic aspects. Volume 3 of the proceedings of HCI International 2003, Hersonissos, Crete, Greece (pp. 472-476). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Hoorn, J. F., & Van der Veer, G. C. (2003b).
Requirements engineering for groupware to manage business process dynamics and stakeholders' mindset. In G. C. van der Veer, & J. F. Hoorn (Eds.), Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Cognitive Science Approaches to Process Control: Cognition and Collaboration - Distributed Cognition in Complex Processes 2003, Amsterdam, Netherlands (pp. 353-160). New York: ACM Press.


Editorial work

Van der Veer, G. C., & J. F. Hoorn (Eds.) (2003).
Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Cognitive Science Approaches to Process Control: Cognition and Collaboration - Distributed Cognition in Complex Processes 2003, Amsterdam, Netherlands (pp. 3-168). New York: ACM Press.


Dissertation

Hoorn, J. F. (in prep.; expected in 2005-2006).
Integrating design of business processes and task analysis. Doctoral dissertation, Free University, Amsterdam.


Publications (professional magazines)

Hoorn, J. F. (2004).
Requirements management: Business-stakeholder requirements in conflict. 10 + 1 Issues, 2. Retrieved June 1, 2004, from http://www.10plus1.nl/infotype/webpage/view.asp?objectID=366

Hoorn, J. F., Van der Veer, G. C., Van Dam, S., Fambach, G., & Van Nieuwland, A. (2004).
Laboratoriumwerk in het veld: praktisch en betrouwbaar IT-onderzoek. SIGCHI.NL Lustrummagazine, 55-56


Full paper contributions to conferences (international peer reviewed)

Hoorn, J. F., & Breuker, M. E. (Aug. 30, 2005)
Panta rho: Personal before business in changing requirements priorities. First International Workshop on Situational Requirements Engineering Processes: Methods, Techniques, and Tools to Support Situation-Specific Requirements Engineering Processes (SREP'05), In Conjunction with 13th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, August 29th - September 2nd, 2005 Paris, France, University of Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne.

Hoorn, J. F., Konijn, E. A., Van Vliet, H., & Van der Veer, G. (Aug. 30, 2005).
Goal-oriented RE for handling change requirements: An explanation of what stakeholders try to avoid and what they try to achieve. International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Business Need and IT Alignment (REBNITA'05), In Conjunction with 13th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, August 29th - September 2nd, 2005 Paris, France, University of Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne.

Hoorn, J. F. (June, 2003).
Requirements analysis and task design in dynamic environments. Hersonissos, Crete, GR: HCI International.

Hoorn, J. F., & Van der Veer, G. C. (Sept. 19, 2003).
Requirements engineering for groupware to manage business process dynamics and stakeholders' mindset. Amsterdam, NL: 9th European Conference on Cognitive Science Approaches to Process Control 2003.


Full paper contributions to national conferences

Hoorn, J. F. (Oct. 13, 2005).
Sources of requirements change. A goal and viewpoints-driven explanation. The Hague, NL: SIGCHI.NL

Hoorn, J. F., Van Dam, S., Fambach, G., Van Nieuwland, A., & Van der Veer, G. C. (June 10, 2004).
Looking for win/win solutions between lab-work and hands-on experience in IT research. Amsterdam, NL: SIGCHI.NL

Hoorn, J. F. (Dec. 13, 2001).
Changing requested system requirements. Delft, NL: SIGCHI.NL


Contributions to meetings and symposia

Hoorn, J. F., & Kok, E. (Jun. 23, 2005).
Goals are personal, requirements business - the requirements analysis twist. VU Meets TUDelft, Amsterdam: Free University.

Hoorn, J. F. (Mar. 17, 2005).
Personal before business in requirements priori-IT-ization. SenterNovem, MMI99009 Supervising Committee, Amsterdam: Free University.

Hoorn, J. F. (Mar. 2, 2005).
From chaos to goals: Requirements change can be predicted. IMSE Meeting, Amsterdam: Free University.

Hoorn, J. F. (Nov. 17, 2004).
From chaos to goals: Requirements change can be predicted. SenterNovem, MMI99009 Supervising Committee, Amsterdam: Free University.

Hoorn, J. F. (Nov. 11, 2004).
From chaos to goals: Requirements change can be predicted. SenterNovem, IOP HCI Meeting, Veldhoven, Netherlands.

Hoorn, J. F. (Nov. 27, 2003).
Off-line design of a handheld security monitor. Scenario-based Design Workshop. PaON: Postacademic Education Netherlands. Zeist, NL: Kasteel 't Kerckebosch.

Hoorn, J. F. (Jun. 5, 2002).
Changing requested system requirements. Utrecht, the Netherlands: Senter, Agency of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, Innovation Oriented research Programs (IOP).

Hoorn, J. F. (Aug., 2002).
Changing requested system requirements. SIKS Masterclass on Human Computer Interaction. Amsterdam: Free University.

Hoorn, J. F. & Kok, E. (Oct., 2002).
Naar een IT, afgestemd op veranderingen in bedrijfsmodellen. [Towards IT, tuned to changes in business models]. Samenvatting. Utrecht, NL: Senter, Agency of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, Bedrijvendag.

Hoorn, J. F. (Sept. 3, 2001).
Integrating design of business processes and task analysis. Hilversum, the Netherlands: Senter, Agency of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, Innovation Oriented research Programs (IOP).


Published abstracts

Hoorn, J. F. (2005).
Sources of requirements change. In J. Deen & E. Kok (Eds.), HCI Close 2 U (p. 10) [Abstract]. SIGCHI.NL The Hague, Netherlands, October 13, 2005. New York: ACM Press.


Organization of international conferences

Co-organizer of the Ninth European Conference on Cognitive Science Approaches to Process Control (CSAPC'03)

Program Committee of the Ninth IFIP TC13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT '03)