Ecosystemability Assessment Method

Ecosystemability Assessment Method

The Ecosystemability Assessment Method (EAM) project aims at enabling companies to assess and improve their ability to support the vision of a software ecosystem technologically and organizationally.

Researchers: Imed Hammouda and Eric Knauss

Company partners: Axis Communications and Volvo Cars

Related publications:

  1. William Granli, John Burchell, Imed Hammouda and Eric Knauss. The Driving Forces of API Evolution. IWPSE’15: 14th International Workshop on Principles of Software Evolution, Bergamo, Italy, 2015
  2. M.M. Mahbubul Syeed, Alexander Lokhman, Imed Hammouda, and Tommi Mikkonen. Pluggable Systems as Architectural Pattern – An Ecosystemability Perspective, IWSECO’15: 7th Workshop on Software Ecosystems, Cavtat, Croatia
  3. Imed Hammouda, Eric Knauss, and Leonardo Costantini. Continuous API-Design for Software Ecosystems. In Proceedings of 2nd International Workshop on Rapid and Continuous Software Engeering (RCoSE ’15 @ ICSE), Florenz, Italy, 2015
  4. Ulf Eliasson, Rogardt Heldal, Eric Knauss, Patrizio Pelliccione. The Need of Complementing Plan-Driven Requirements Engineering with Emerging Communication: Experiences from Volvo Car Group. 23rd International Requirements Engineering Conference, Ottawa, Canada. 2015
  5. Mozhan Soltani and Eric Knauss. Challenges of Requirements Engineering in AUTOSAR Ecosystems, Proceedings of 23rd IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference, Ottawa, Canada, 2015
  6. Mozhan Soltani and Eric Knauss. Cross-Organizational Challenges of Requirements Engineering in the AUTOSAR Ecosystem: An Exploratory Case Study. In Proceedings of 5th IEEE International Workshop on Empirical Requirements Engineering at RE ’15, Ottawa, Canada, 2015
  7. Eric Knauss, Daniela Damian, Alessia Knauss, and Arber Borici. Openness and Requirements: Opportunities and Tradeoffs in Software Ecosystems. In Proceedings of 22nd International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE ’14), pages 213-222, Karlskrona, Sweden, 2014.
  8. Eric Knauss and Imed Hammouda. EAM: Ecosystemability Assessment Method.In Proceedings of 22nd International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE ’14), pages 319-320, Karlskrona, Sweden, 2014. Poster and Demo Track.
  9. Eric Knauss and Daniela Damian. Towards Enabling Cross-Organizational Modeling in Automotive Ecosystems. In Proceedings of 1st International Workshop on Model-Driven Development Processes and Practices (MD2P2 ’14), Valencia, Spain, 2014.

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