EASE 2010

14th International Conference on Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering

12th -13th April 2010

Program

Time Sunday 11th April 2010
7pm

Evening reception and buffet meal

 

Time Monday 12th April 2010
8:00-9:15 Registration
9:15-9:30

Opening session

 

9:30-10:45

Keynote Address

How science can support software engineering
Natalia Juristo

10:45-11:15 Coffee
11:15-12:45

Session 1 - 'Requirements & Project Management'

Field Study on Requirements Engineering Artefacts and Patterns
Daniel Méndez Fernández, Stefan Wagner, Klaus Lochmann and Andrea Baumann.

Requirements Management for Continuous Software Product Development
Mahvish Khurum, Sebastian Barney, Nina Dzamashvili Fogelström and Tony Gorschek.

Investigating effort prediction of web-based applications using CBR on the ISBSG dataset
Sukumar Letchmunan, Marc Roper and Murray Wood.
12:45-13:45 Lunch
13:45-15:15

Session 2 - 'EBSE 1'

The value of mapping studies – A participant-observer case study
Barbara Kitchenham, David Budgen and Pearl Brereton.

An Approach Based on Visual Text Mining to Support Categorization and Classification in the Systematic Mapping
Katia R. Felizardo, Elisa Y. Nakagawa, Daniel Feitosa, Rosane Minghim and Jose C. Maldonado.

Experiences Conducting Systematic Reviews from Novices’ Perspective
Mehwish Riaz, Muhammad Sulayman, Norsaremah Salleh and Emilia Mendes.

15:15 - 15:45 Coffee
15:45-17:30

Session 3 - 'Global Software Development'

Evaluating Tools that Support Pair Programming in a Distributed Engineering Environment
Dietmar Winkler, Stefan Biffl and Andreas Kaltenbach.

Alignment of Software Product Quality Goals in Two Outsourcing Relationships
Sebastian Barney and Claes Wohlin.

Models and Tools for Managing Distributed Software Development: A Systematic Literature Review
Catarina Costa, Camila Cunha, Rodrigo Rocha, A. César C. França, Fabio Q. B. da Silva and Rafael Prikladnicki

Software Development Outsourcing Relationships Trust: A Systematic Literature Review
Siffat Ullah Khan, Mahmood Niazi and Naveed Ikram.
18:30 Reception and Conference Dinner

 

Time Tuesday 13th April 2010
9:15-10:45

Keynote Address

Sometimes, you need more than metrics
Marian Petre

10:45-11:15 Coffee
11:15-12:45

Session 4 - ' Programming & Software Architectures'

The Effect of Reasoning Strategies on Success in Early Learning of Programming: Lessons Learned from an External Experiment Replication
A. César C. França, Paulo R. M. da Cunha and Fabio Q. B. da Silva

Identifying Architectural Patterns Used in Open Source Software: Approaches and Challenges
Klaas-Jan Stol, Paris Avgeriou and Muhammad Ali Babar.

A Controlled Experiment on Team Meeting Style in Software Architecture Evaluation
Dietmar Winkler, Stefan Biffl and Christoph Seemann
12:45-13:45 Lunch
13:45-15:30

Session 5 - 'EBSE 2'

On Searching Relevant Studies in Software Engineering
He Zhang and Muhammad Ali Babar.

A Systematic Review of Research on Open Source Software in Commercial Software Product Development
Martin Höst and Alma Orucevic-Alagic.

SCRUM and Productivity in Software Projects: A Systematic Literature Review
Eliza S. F. Cardozo, J. Benito F. Araújo Neto, Alexandre Barza, A. César C. França and Fabio Q. B. da Silva.

Towards Evidence-Based Understanding of Electronic Data Sources
Lianping Chen, Muhammad Ali Babar and He Zhang

15:30

Closing session

15:45 Coffee