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Empirical Software Engeneering ST 2016

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Registration and course management

in STINE (Modul InfM-EMSE)

LEVEL

Master Seminar (Informatics, ITMC, Intelligent Adaptive Systems, Information Systems). Part of the Module “EMSE: Empirical Software Engineering”.

LECTURER

Prof. Dr. Walid Maalej

TEACHING ASSISTANTS

SEMINAR DESCRIPTION

This seminar has a special focus on empirical methods. We will introduce both qualitative and quantitative methods such as surveys, interviews, observations, content analysis, and experiments and discuss potential applications in software projects. In particular, the seminar discusses the application of empirical methods to software comprehension, collaboration and knowledge sharing in software projects, requirements engineering, and software architecture.

This seminar will represent the exercise part of the module. We will combine the scientific literature survey, case-based teaching method with a gamification approach.

PREREQUISITES:

The seminar requires the active participation in two courses:

COURSE MATERIAL

The weekly material can be accessed on MIN-CommSy. Please access the group you are assigned to in the end of the week (04-10.4.2016).

SEMINAR GROUPS (under construction)

You will have to actively participate in one of the following seminar groups.

GROUP DATE START END ROOM MINCommSy ROOM
EMSE Gr. 1 Monday 12:15 13:45 D-220 Seminar EMSE Gr. 1
EMSE Gr. 2 Monday 14:15 15:45 C-221 Seminar EMSE Gr. 2
EMSE Gr. 3 Wednesday 12:15 13:45 C-221 Seminar EMSE Gr. 3

Preliminary SYLLABUS AND LIST OF PAPERS (CASES)

DATE
EMSE Gr. 1
DATE
EMSE Gr. 2
DATE
EMSE Gr. 3
PAPER/TOPIC A�
04.04.2016 04.04.2016 04.04.2016

Introduction, Organization, Overall Goals

11.04.2016 11.04.2016 13.04.2016

Presentation and Scientific Skills (presented by Lecturers)

18.04.2016 18.04.2016 20.04.2016

Simulation, Trial Session (conducted by Lecturers)

25.04.2016 25.04.2016 27.04.2016

Paper 1: Swapneel Sheth, Gail E. Kaiser, Walid Maalej: Us and them: a study of privacy requirements across north america, asia, and europe.
ICSE 2014: 859-870

02.05.2016 02.05.2016 04.05.2016

Paper 2: Hyunmin Seo, Caitlin Sadowski, Sebastian G. Elbaum, Edward Aftandilian, Robert W. Bowdidge:
Programmers’ build errors: a case study (at google).
ICSE 2014: 724-734.

09.05.2016 09.05.2016 11.05.2016

Paper 3: Andrew J. Ko, Robert DeLine, and Gina Venolia:A� Information Needs in Collocated Software Development Teams.
ICSE ’07: 344-353.

23.05.2016 23.05.2016 25.05.2016

Paper 4: Kim, Miryung, Thomas Zimmermann, and Nachiappan Nagappan: “A field study of refactoring challenges and benefits.“A�
Proceedings of the ACM SIGSOFT 20th International Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering. ACM, 2012.

30.05.2016 30.05.2016 01.06.2016

Paper 5:A�Patrice Caire, Nicolas Genon, Patrick Heymans, Daniel Laurence Moody:A�
Visual notation design 2.0: Towards user comprehensible requirements engineering notations.A�
RE 2013: 115-124.

06.06.2016 06.06.2016 08.06.2016

Paper 6:A�Elmar Juergens, Florian Deissenboeck, Benjamin Hummel, and Stefan Wagner:A�Do code clones matter?A�ICSE ’09: 485-495

20.06.2016 13.06.2016 15.06.2016

Paper 7:A�Emitza Guzman, Walid Maalej:A�How Do Users Like this Feature? A Fine Grained Sentiment Analysis of App Reviews.A�RE 2014: 153-162

27.06.2016 20.06.2016 22.06.2016

Paper 8:A�BarthA�lA�my Dagenais and Martin P. Robillard:A�Creating and evolving developer documentation: understanding the decisions of open source contributors. In FSE ’10: 127-136.

04.07.2016 27.06.2016 29.06.2016

Paper 9:A�Laura Inozemtseva and Reid Holmes.A�Coverage is not strongly correlated with test suite effectiveness. In ICSE 2014: 435-445.

04.07.2016

Paper 10:A�Meiyappan Nagappan, Thomas Zimmermann, and Christian Bird. 2013.A�Diversity in software engineering research. ESEC/FSE 2013: 466-476.

13.07.2016 13.07.2016 13.07.2016

Questions and Answers, Exam Preparation (Room D-125)

 

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