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16th International Conference on Evaluation & Assessment in Software Engineering (EASE 2012)

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  • Location: Ciudad Real, Spain
  • Conference date: 14-15 May 2012
  • ISBN: 978-1-84919-541-6
  • Conference number: 2012/001
  • The following topics are dealt with: software engineering; open source software development; software modelling; defect classification; software development effort estimation; software acquisition; risk management; aspect-oriented software maintenance metrics; and software code cloning.

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  • Keynote: Empirical Models: Towards a science of software engineering (Abstract only)
  • Evaluating methods and technologies in software engineering with respect to developers' skill level
  • Evaluation of traceability recovery in context: a taxonomy for information retrieval tools
  • Preliminary results of a systematic review on requirements evolution
  • The influence of human aspects on software process improvement: qualitative research findings and comparison to previous studies
  • Mapping study completeness and reliability - a case study
  • Pattern-based guideline to empirically analyse software development processes
  • On integrating student empirical software engineering studies with research and teaching goals
  • Reporting guidelines for simulation-based studies in software engineering
  • Towards a unified checklist for empirical research in software engineering: first proposal
  • GlobReq: a framework for improving requirements engineering in global software development projects: preliminary results
  • Towards evidence-based ontology for supporting systematic literature review
  • Keynote: Using ethnography in empirical software engineering (Abstract only)
  • An experimental setup to assess design diversity of functionally equivalent services
  • Using the ISO/IEC 9126 product quality model to classify defects : a controlled experiment
  • A study of the effectiveness of two threshold definition techniques
  • Systematic literature reviews in global software development: a tertiary study
  • Software effort estimation with a generalized robust linear regression technique
  • First impressions in software development effort estimation: easy to create and difficult to neutralize
  • Causes of requirement change - a systematic literature review
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