His main research concerns Programming language, Management science, Deontic logic, Requirements engineering and Artificial intelligence. His work in Programming language tackles topics such as Workflow which are related to areas like Theoretical computer science and Petri net. His studies deal with areas such as Dependency, Conceptual framework, Data science and Design science as well as Management science.
His Deontic logic research integrates issues from Logical truth, Action, Data integrity, Accessibility relation and Normative. Roel Wieringa works mostly in the field of Requirements engineering, limiting it down to topics relating to Requirements analysis and, in certain cases, Knowledge management. His studies in Artificial intelligence integrate themes in fields like Process calculus, Class hierarchy and Dynamic logic.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Software engineering, Requirements engineering, Management science, Process management and Knowledge management. Roel Wieringa has researched Software engineering in several fields, including Software, Software development, Software requirements, Software construction and Systems engineering. His research in Requirements engineering intersects with topics in Quality, Requirements analysis, Engineering management and Systems analysis.
His Management science study incorporates themes from Empirical research and Design science. His Process management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Business process, Process and Enterprise architecture. The various areas that Roel Wieringa examines in his Enterprise architecture study include Enterprise architecture framework and Business architecture.
Roel Wieringa mainly investigates Management science, Requirements engineering, Quality, Process management and Enterprise architecture. His Management science research includes elements of Empirical research, Conceptual framework and Generalizability theory. His Conceptual framework research focuses on subjects like Design process, which are linked to Software design, Action research and Artifact.
His Requirements engineering study introduces a deeper knowledge of Software. His Quality study also includes
His primary scientific interests are in Requirements engineering, Management science, Process management, Quality and Enterprise architecture. Roel Wieringa applies his multidisciplinary studies on Requirements engineering and Status quo in his research. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Graphical language, Goal oriented requirements engineering and ArchiMate.
His biological study deals with issues like Software, which deal with fields such as Software deployment. His Quality study combines topics in areas such as Agile software development and Empirical research. His Enterprise architecture research incorporates elements of Context awareness, Service provider, Contextual design and Information technology.
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Design Science Methodology for Information Systems and Software Engineering
Roel J. Wieringa.
Requirements engineering paper classification and evaluation criteria: a proposal and a discussion
Roel Wieringa;Neil Maiden;Nancy Mead;Colette Rolland.
Design science as nested problem solving
design science research in information systems and technology (2009)
Deontic logic in computer science: normative system specification
John-Jules Ch. Meyer;Roel J. Wieringa.
A survey of structured and object-oriented software specification methods and techniques
ACM Computing Surveys (1998)
Enterprise architecture: Management tool and blueprint for the organisation
Henk Jonkers;Marc M. Lankhorst;Hugo W. Ter Doest;Farhad Arbab.
Information Systems Frontiers (2006)
Requirements Engineering-Based Conceptual Modelling
E. Insfrán;O. Pastor;R. Wieringa.
Requirements Engineering (2002)
Tool support for verifying UML activity diagrams
R. Eshuis;R. Wieringa.
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering (2004)
Technical action research as a validation method in information systems design science
Roel Wieringa;Ayşe Moralı.
DESRIST'12 Proceedings of the 7th international conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems: advances in theory and practice (2012)
Guest Editors' Introduction: Stakeholders in Requirements Engineering
Martin Glinz;Roel J. Wieringa.
IEEE Software (2007)
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