14th International Conference on Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering
12th -13th April 2010
|Time||Sunday 11th April 2010|
Evening reception and buffet meal
|Time||Monday 12th April 2010|
How science can support software engineering
Session 1 - 'Requirements & Project Management'
Field Study on Requirements Engineering Artefacts and Patterns
Requirements Management for Continuous Software Product Development
Sukumar Letchmunan, Marc Roper and Murray Wood.
Session 2 - 'EBSE 1'
An Approach Based on Visual Text Mining to Support Categorization and Classification in the Systematic Mapping
|15:15 - 15:45||Coffee|
Session 3 - 'Global Software Development'
Evaluating Tools that Support Pair Programming in a Distributed Engineering Environment
Alignment of Software Product Quality Goals in Two Outsourcing Relationships
Models and Tools for Managing Distributed Software Development: A Systematic Literature Review
Siffat Ullah Khan, Mahmood Niazi and Naveed Ikram.
|18:30||Reception and Conference Dinner|
|Time||Tuesday 13th April 2010|
Sometimes, you need more than metrics
Session 4 - ' Programming & Software Architectures'
The Effect of Reasoning Strategies on Success in Early Learning of Programming: Lessons Learned from an External Experiment Replication
Identifying Architectural Patterns Used in Open Source Software: Approaches and Challenges
Dietmar Winkler, Stefan Biffl and Christoph Seemann
Session 5 - 'EBSE 2'
On Searching Relevant Studies in Software Engineering
A Systematic Review of Research on Open Source Software in Commercial Software Product Development
SCRUM and Productivity in Software Projects: A Systematic Literature Review
Towards Evidence-Based Understanding of Electronic Data Sources