I am now a Software Engineer at RevenueWire. I successfully defended my thesis entitled On the Feasibility of Integrating Data Mining Algorithms into Self Adaptive Systems for Context Awareness and Requirements Evolution for my Master of Science, August 2014 at the University of Victoria. My research is focused on the automatic elicitation of software system requirements during runtime by leveraging data mining and contextual data.

I have entrepreneurial experience in web-based information architecture and design as well as implementing, integrating, and maintaining content management systems for e-Commerce and other applications.

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Supporting the Adaptation of Contextual Requirements at Runtime

Today’s complex operating environments require systems to capture and document context together with requirements. Such contextual requirements are used by... Read More →

OAR Northwest on NBC

For a great documentary about the OAR Northwest team that Alessia Knauss and Angela Rook have been collaborating on research... Read More →

Meeting OAR Northwest

Since October 2012 our lab has the pleasure to conduct research on the project of OAR Northwest. The students from... Read More →

All is not Lost!

The SEGAL lab received great news yesterday: one of the three smartphones that our ToTEM system was implemented on survived... Read More →

Angela RookAlessia KnaussDaniela Damian, and Alex Thomo. (2014.) A Case Study of Applying Data Mining to Sensor Data for Contextual Requirements Analysis. In Proceedings of International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Requirements Engineering (AIRE ’14). Karlskrona, Sweden. (PDF)

On the Feasibility of Integrating Data Mining Algorithms into Self Adaptive Systems for Context Awareness and Requirements Evolution. MSc. Thesis. Aug. 2014

Angela Rook, Alessia KnaussDaniela Damian, Hausi A. Muller, and Alex Thomo. Integrating Data Mining into Feedback Loops for Predictive Context Adaptation. Technical Report DCS-349-IR, University of Victoria, Victoria BC, August 2013 (PDF)

Naomi Harrington, Angela Rook, Celina Berg, Nieraj Singh and Yvonne Coady. Springroo: A Bird’s Eye View. Proceedings of 12th International Modularity: Aspect Oriented Software Development Conference (AOSD 2013), Fukuoka, Japan, 2013.

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