Monday 24th May
 

9:00-9:15
Opening

9:15-10:30
Opening Keynote
Walter Tichy
10:30-11:00
Coffee

11:00- 13:00 Session 1
An Industrial Case Study on Introducing XP in a Complex Software Development Environment


Toward a Framework for Evaluating Extreme Programming



An exploratory study on the effects of pair programming


Differences in Views between Development Roles in Software Process Improvement - A Quantitative Comparison
Harald Svensson

Laurie Williams,
William Krebs,
Lucas Layman,
Annie Anton


Lan Cao, 
Balasubramaniam Ramesh,


Patrik Berander,
Claes Wohlin
13:00-14:00
Lunch

14:00-15:30 Session 2
Generalization and Theory-Building in Software Engineering Research


Making Software Cost Data Available for Meta-Analysis


A Comparison of Cross-company and Within-company Effort Estimation Models for Web Applications
Magne Jørgensen,
Dag Sjøberg,

Carolyn Mair,
Martin Shepperd

Barbara A. Kitchenham,
Emilia Mendes,
15:30-16:00
Coffee

16:00-17:30 Session 3

Quality based software release management


Forget Statistics, Draw A Graph Instead


Learning and Initial Use of a Software Testing Technology: An Exploratory Study
Homayoun Dayani-Fard
Janice Glasgow,
John Mylopoulos

Ray Dawson
Mark de Chazal


Guan Huang,
James Andrews





Tuesday 25th May
 

9:15-10:30
Opening Keynote
Mary Shaw
10:30-11:00
Coffee

11:00- 13:00 Session 4
Benchmarking a Distributed Software Engineering Process; results from OPHELIA




Requirements Prioritisation: An Experiment on Exhaustive Pair-Wise Comparisons versus Planning Game Partitioning



Architecture Management in Three IT Companies - Problems and Characteristics


An Empirical Assessment of Completeness in UML Designs
Rick Dewar,
Pauline Wilcox,

Lachlan MacKinnon,

Rob Pooley


Lena Karlsson,
Patrik Berander,
Björn Regnell,
Claes Wohlin,

Niina Hämäläinen,
Tanja Ylimäki

Christian Lange,
Michel Chaudron
13:00-14:00
Lunch

14:00-15:30 Session 5
Impact of Verbalization upon Students’ Software Design and Evaluations.



Assessing the Effects of Facilitated Workshops in Requirements Engineering


An Initial Observational Study of the Effects of Personality Type on Software Engineering Teams
Janet Hughes,
Steve Parkes,

Joost Schalken
Sjaak Brinkkemper
Hans van Vliet

John Karn,
Tony Cowling
15:30-16:00
Coffee

16:00-17:30 Session 6
An Experimental Comparison of the Effectiveness and Usefulness of Inspection Techniques for Object-Oriented Programs


Closing Plenary Session
Mats Skoglund,
Veronica Kjellgren