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26th International Conference on Software Engineering - Workshop "8th International Conference on Empirical Assessment in Software Engineering (EASE 2004)"

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  • Location: Edinburgh, UK
  • Conference date: 24-25 May 2004
  • ISBN: 0 86341 435 4
  • Conference number: 2004/920
  • The following topics are dealt with: complex software development; extreme programming; pair programming; software engineering research; software cost data; meta-analysis; cross-company effort estimation; within-company effort estimation; Web applications; software process improvement; software testing; distributed software engineering; OPHELIA; architecture management; UML designs; requirements engineering; requirements prioritisation; exhaustive pair-wise comparisons; planning game partitioning; and object-oriented programs

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  • An industrial case study on introducing XP in a complex software development environment
  • Toward a framework for evaluating extreme programming
  • An empirical assessment of completeness in UML designs
  • Impact of verbalisation upon students' software design and evaluations
  • Assessing the effects of facilitated workshops in requirements engineering
  • Requirements prioritisation: an experiment on exhaustive pair-wise comparisons versus planning game partitioning
  • An initial observational study of the effects of personality type on software engineering teams
  • An experimental comparison of the effectiveness and usefulness of inspection techniques for object-oriented programs
  • An exploratory study on the effects of pair programming
  • 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
  • Differences in views between development roles in software process improvement - a quantitative comparison
  • Forget statistics - draw a graph instead
  • Learning and initial use of a software testing technology: an exploratory study
  • Benchmarking a distributed software engineering process: results from OPHELIA
  • Architecture management in three IT companies - problems and characteristics
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