Requirements Eng (2017) 22:315–316 DOI 10.1007/s00766-017-0276-8 RE 2016 1 2 Xavier Franch Emmanuel Letier Received: 3 July 2017 / Accepted: 4 July 2017 / Published online: 20 July 2017 Springer-Verlag London Ltd. 2017 This special issue of the Requirements Engineering Journal authors of the 5 research track papers that received the contains extended versions of selected papers from the 24th most positive support during the conference reviewing IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference process. We received 4 submissions. All submitted papers (RE’16). This continues a long-standing collaboration underwent rigorous additional review by three reviewers in between RE and REJ to invite authors of the best papers accordance with the REJ review process before acceptance presented at the conference to submit extended papers to to this special issue. reach the wider journal readership. As program chairs of The ﬁrst paper is ‘‘Advancing Viewpoint Merging in RE’16, it is our pleasure to introduce these papers. Requirements Engineering: A Theoretical Replication and The conference was held in the city of Beijing, China, Explanatory Study’’ by Charu Khatwani, Xiaoyu Jin, Nan on September 12–16, 2016, hosted by the General Chair Niu, Amy Koshoffer, Linda Newman, and Juha Savolai- Zhi Jin from Peking University. A
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