EASE Programme

17 - 19April 2000

Rooms:All talks will be held in the lecture theatre, Chemistry F46

Lunch, Coffee and Tea will be served in the Chemistry F43

Posters will be displayed in the exhibition area, Chemistry F43
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Monday 17th April
10:00-12:30
Invited tutorial:Inspections and Test Metrics in Practice (with coffee break from 11.00 to 11.15)
Dorothy Graham
12:30-13:30
Buffet Lunch(in Chemistry F43)
13:30-13:45
Introduction and Welcome.
Professor David Budgen
13:45-15:00
Invited Lecture: 
Robert Glass
15:00-15:20
Break for tea
15:20-17:30
First Session
Fault content estimations using extended curve fitting models and model selection
Thelin and Runeson
Evaluating defect content estimation rules in software inspections
Petersson and Wohlin
Plus experience papers
18:30-19.30
Dinner in Keele Hall 
Tuesday 18th April
9:00-10:00
Invited lecture:
Martin Shepperd
10:00-10:40
Second Session
Practitioners views on the use of formal methods: An industrial survey by structured interview
Snook and Harrison
10:40-11:00
Break for coffee
11:00-13:00
Third Session
An instrument for assessing software measurement programs
Berry and Jeffery
A meta-analysis of multi-disciplinary research
Harrison and Wells
Plus experience papers
13:00-14:00
Buffet Lunch in F43
14:00-15:30
Fourth Session
Using students as subjects - A comparative study of students/professionals in lead-time impact assessment
Höst, Regnell and Wohlin
Empirical Evaluation & Prediction of web based application development
Fewster and Mendes
15:30-15:45
Break for tea 
15:45-17:45
Fifth Session
Experiences using case based reasoning to predict software effort
Kadoda, Cartwright, Chen and Shepperd
Picking the right problem frame an empirical study
Phalp and Cox
Requirements based estimation of change costs
Lavazza and Valetto
18:45-19:45
Sherry Reception:Sneyd Room Keele Hall
18:45-19:30
Entertainment:
19:45-22:00
Conference Dinner in the Senior Common Room, Keele Hall
Wednesday 19th April
9:00-10:30
Sixth Session
Use Case Authoring: Replicating the CREWS guidelines experiment
Cox and Phalp
Experimental evaluation of the stimulus-response requirements specification notation
Cooper and Ito
10:30-10:45
Break for coffee
11:00-11:40
Early Lifecycle work: Influence of individual characteristics, methodological constraints and interface constraints
Brooks, Utbolt, Mulligan and Jeffery
11:45-12:45
Invited lecture: 
Walter Tichy
12:45-13:00
Close and thanks
Stephen Linkman
13:00-14:00
Buffet Lunch in Chem F43