This paper presents the design of an experimental study and plan for the conduction of a live study with the participants of the REFSQ2019 conference. The study aims to evaluate the effect of learning styles on risk model comprehensibility throughout a controlled experiment. We combine the baseline experiment designed and conducted by one of the authors to assess the comprehensibility of graphical and tabular security risk models with the questionnaires proposed by Soloman and Felder to measure learning style of people. This study will contribute to the state-of-the-art by looking into the effect of learning styles on the communication of security requirements to the stakeholders and whether an appropriate modelling notation type would help to improve risk model comprehensibility.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
|Event||2019 Joint of International Conference on Requirements Engineering: Foundation for Software Quality Workshops, Doctoral Symposium, Live Studies Track, and Poster Track, REFSQ-JP 2019 - Essen, Germany|
Duration: 18 Mar 2019 → …