15th International Conference on Evaluation and Assessment in Software Engineering
11th -12th April 2011
Please note, you can also download the programme as a PDF.
|Time||Sunday 10th April 2011|
Drinks Reception, Holgate House, Grey College
Buffet, Holgate House, Grey College
|Time||Monday 11th April 2011|
Session 1 - 'Secondary Studies 1'
Personality in Software Engineering: Preliminary Findings from a Systematic Literature Review
Adopting Software Product Lines: A Systematic Mapping Study
An Extended Systematic Review of Software Process Improvement in Small & Medium Web Companies
Linked Data Approach for Selection Process Automation in Systematic Reviews
|12:45-14:00||Lunch (Main Dining Room)|
Session 2 - 'Methodology'
Repeatability of Systematic Literature Reviews
|15:30 - 16:00||Coffee|
Session 3 - 'Primary Studies 1'
Using Background Colors to Support Program Comprehension in Software Product Lines
On the Effectiveness of the UML Object Diagrams: A Replicated Experiment
Systematic Analysis of the Incremental Process as a Base for Comparison with the Agile Process
Dan Tofan, Matthias Galster, Paris Avgeriou & Danny Weyns
|19:00||Conference Dinner (Pennington Room)|
|Time||Tuesday 12th April 2011|
Session 4: Measurement & Metrics
The Misuse of the NASA Metrics Data Sets for Automated Software Defect Prediction
Session 5 - 'Primary Studies 2'
A Case Study on the Application of an Artefact-Based Requirements Engineering Approach
An Empirical Evaluation of Requirement Engineering Techniques for Collaborative Systems
Designing Human Benchmark Experiments for Testing Software Agents
Further Thoughts on Precision
|12:45-13:45||Lunch (Main Dining Room)|
Session 6 - 'Secondary Studies 2'
Systematic Literature Review: Teaching Novices Programming Using Robots
An Empirical Validation of Findbugs Issues Related to Defects
Motivation in Software Engineering: A Systematic Review Update
Security at Software Architecture Level, A Systematic Mapping Study
|15:40||Coffee and departure|