esem  2014

List of Accepted Papers

full papers | short papers | Industry papers



Full papers track

The following 23 papers have been accepted (acceptance rate = 18.7%):

  • (17) Jussi Kasurinen and Kari Smolander
    What Do Game Developers Test in Their Products?
  • (18) Davide Fucci, Burak Turhan and Markku Oivo
    Impact of Process Conformance on the Effects of Test-driven Development
  • (22) Håkan Burden, Rogardt Heldal and Jon Whittle
    Comparing and Contrasting Model-Driven Engineering at Three Large Companies
  • (27) Matthieu Caneill and Stefano Zacchiroli
    Debsources: Live and Historical Views on Macro-Level Software Evolution
  • (33) Franz Zieris and Lutz Prechelt
    On Knowledge Transfer Skill in Pair Programming
  • (34) Chetan Arora, Mehrdad Sabetzadeh, Lionel Briand and Frank Zimmer
    Improving Requirements Glossary Construction via Clustering: Approach and Industrial Case Studies
  • (41) Dietmar Pfahl, Huishi Yin, Mika Mäntylä and Jürgen Münch
    How is Exploratory Testing Used? A State-of-the-Practice Survey
  • (42) Maria Riaz, John Slankas, Jason King and Laurie Williams
    Using Templates to Elicit Implied Security Requirements from Functional Requirements − A Controlled Experiment
  • (45) Ming Fang and Munawar Hafiz
    Discovering Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities In The Wild: An Empirical Study
  • (49) Maya Daneva, Sabrina Marczak and Andrea Herrmann
    Engineering of Quality Requirements as Perceived by Near-shore Development Centres’ Architects in Eastern Europe: the Hole in the Whole
  • (52) Kim Herzig and Nachiappan Nagappan
    The Impact of Test Ownership and Team Structure on the Reliability and Effectiveness of Quality Test Runs
  • (59) Song Wang, Wen Zhang and Qing Wang
    FixerCache: Unsupervised Caching Active Developers for Diverse Bug Triage
  • (65) Fabio Calefato, Filippo Lanubile, Rafael Prikladnicki and João Henrique S. Pinto
    An Empirical Simulation-based Study of Real-Time Speech Translation for Multilingual Global Project Teams
  • (69) Cagri Sahin, Lori Pollock and James Clause
    How do Code Refactorings Affect Energy Usage?
  • (86) Beatriz Bernárdez Jiménez, Amador Duran, José Antonio Parejo Maestre and Antonio Ruiz-Cortés
    A Controlled Experiment to Evaluate the Effects of Mindfulness in Software Engineering
  • (112) Fabian Fagerholm, Alejandro Sánchez Guinea, Jürgen Münch and Jay Borenstein
    The Role of Mentoring and Project Characteristics for Onboarding in Open Source Software Projects
  • (115) Steven Davies and Marc Roper
    What's in a Bug Report?
  • (117) Yujuan Jiang, Bram Adams, Foutse Khomh and Daniel M. German
    Tracing Back the History of Commits in Low-tech Reviewing Environments
  • (121) Brandt Braunschweig and Carolyn Seaman
    Measuring Shared Understanding in Software Project Teams using Pathfinder Networks
  • (124) Amiangshu Bosu and Jeffrey Carver
    Impact of Developer Reputation on Code Review Outcomes in OSS Projects: An Empirical Investigation
  • (130) César França, Helen Sharp and Fabio Q. B. Da Silva
    Motivated software engineers are engaged and concentrated, while satisfied ones are happy
  • (137) Anh Nguyen Duc, Audris Mockus, Randy Hackbarth and John Palframan
    Forking and coordination in multi-platform development: a case study
  • (148) Mini Shridhar, Bram Adams and Foutse Khomh
    A Qualitative Analysis of Software Build System Changes and Build Ownership Styles

Short-papers track

The following 24 papers were accepted (acceptance rate = 42.1%)

  • (181) Nauman Bin Ali and Kai Petersen
    Evaluating strategies for study selection in systematic literature studies
  • (215) Rafael Mello, Pedro Silva, Per Runeson and Guilherme Travassos
    Towards a Framework to Support Large Scale Sampling in Software Engineering Surveys
  • (191) Melissa R Dale and Clemente Izurieta
    Impacts of Design Pattern Decay on System Quality
  • (208) Bruno Rossi and Barbara Russo
    Evolution of Design Patterns: a Replication Study
  • (214) Rafael Mello, Pedro Silva and Guilherme Travassos
    Sampling Improvement in Software Engineering Surveys
  • (228) Freddy Paz, Claudia Zapata and José Antonio Pow-Sang
    An Approach for Effort Estimation in Incremental Software Development using Cosmic Function Points
  • (229) Alex Borges, Waldemar Pires Ferreira Neto, Emanoel Barreiros, Adauto Trigueiro De Almeida Filho, Liliane Fonseca, Eudis Teixeira, Diogo Vinícius De Sousa Silva, Aline Alencar and Sergio Soares
    Support Mechanisms to Conduct Empirical Studies in Software Engineering
  • (167) Mark Staples, Ross Jeffery, June Andronick, Toby Murray, Gerwin Klein and Rafal Kolanski
    Productivity for proof engineering
  • (169) Philipp Diebold and Antonio Vetro'
    Bridging the Gap: SE Technology Transfer into Practice - Study Design and Preliminary Results -
  • (178) Jens Johansson, Markus Borg, Per Runeson and Mika Mäntylä
    A replicated study on duplicate detection: Using Apache Lucene to search among Android defects
  • (185) Wilson Rosa, Barry Boehm, Brad Clark and Ray Madachy
    Simple Empirical Cost Estimation Model
  • (189) Claes Wohlin
    Writing for Synthesis of Evidence in Empirical Software Engineering
  • (192) Eduard Kuric and Maria Bielikova
    Estimation of Student’s Programming Expertise
  • (210) Saya Onoue, Hideaki Hata and Kenichi Matsumoto
    Software Population Pyramids: The Current and the Future of OSS Development Communities
  • (221) Jorge Gonzalez, Natalia Juristo and Sira Vegas
    A Systematic Mapping Study on Testing Technique Experiments: Has the Situation Changed since 2000?
  • (222) Isaac Griffith and Clemente Izurieta
    Design Pattern Decay: The Case for Class Grime
  • (165) S. M. Didar-Al- Alam, S. M. Shahnewaz, Dietmar Pfahl and Guenther Ruhe
    Monitoring Bottlenecks in Achieving Release Readiness – A Retrospective Case Study across Ten OSS Projects
  • (166) Fernando González-Ladrón-De-Guevara and Marta Fernández-Diego
    ISBSG variables most frequently used for software effort estimation: A mapping review
  • (171) Ronnie Santos, Fabio Q. B. Da Silva and Cleyton Vanut Cordeiro de Magalhães
    The use of systematic reviews in Evidence Based Software Engineering: A Systematic Mapping Study
  • (175) Henning Femmer, Jan Kučera and Antonio Vetro'
    On The Impact of Passive Voice Requirements on Domain Modelling
  • (176) Daniel Méndez Fernández, Saahil Ognawala, Stefan Wagner and Maya Daneva
    Where Do We Stand in Requirements Engineering Improvement Today? First Results from a Mapping Study
  • (201) Danilo M. Ribeiro, Marcos Cardoso, Fabio Q. B. Da Silva and César França
    Using Qualitative Metasummary to Synthesize Empirical Findings in Literature Reviews
  • (209) Jiaxin Zhu, Minghui Zhou and Audris Mockus
    Patterns of Folder Use and Project Popularity: A Case Study of Github Repositories
  • (217) Stefan Biffl, Marcos Kalinowski, Fajar J. Ekaputra, Amadeu Anderlin Neto, Tayana Conte and Dietmar Winkler
    Towards a Semantic Knowledge Base on Threats to Validity and Control Actions in Controlled Experiments

Industry track

The following 15 papers have been accepted (acceptance rate = 75%):

  • (224) Noureddine Kerzazi and Foutse Khomh
    Factors Impacting Rapid Releases: An Industrial Case Study
  • (162) Serkan Kirbas, Alper Sen, Bora Caglayan, Ayse Bener and Rasim Mahmutoğulları
    The Effect of Evolutionary Coupling on Software Defects: An Industrial Case Study on a Legacy System
  • (164) Ashish Gupta, Thomas Zimmermann, Christian Bird, Nachiappan Nagappan, Thirumalesh Bhat and Syed Emran
    Mining Energy Traces to Aid in Software Development: An Empirical Case Study
  • (194) Derek Reimanis, Clemente Izurieta, Rachael Luhr, Lu Xiao, Yuanfang Cai and Gabe Rudy
    A Replication Case Study to Measure the Architectural Quality of a Commercial System
  • (202) Nils Brede Moe, Darja Smite, Aivars Sablis, Anne-Lie Börjesson and Pia Andersson
    Networking in a Large-Scale Distributed Agile Project
  • (216) Andriy Miranskyy, Bora Caglayan, Ayse Bener and Enzo Cialini
    Effect of Temporal Collaboration Network, Maintenance Activity, and Experience on Defect Exposure
  • (196) Constanza Lampasona, Philipp Diebold, Jonas Eckhardt and Rolf Schneider
    Evaluation in Practice: Artifact-based Requirements Engineering and Scenarios in Smart Mobility Domains
  • (219) Sebastian Bauersfeld, Tanja E. J. Vos, Nelly Condori-Fernández, Alessandra Bagnato and Etienne Brosse
    Evaluating the TESTAR tool in an Industrial Case Study
  • (233) Daniel Port, Joel Wilf, Yuki Kobayashi and Yuko Miyamoto
    What We Have Learned About the Value of Software Assurance
  • (173) Michael Felderer, Jason Ho, Armin Beer and Guenther Ruhe
    Industrial Evaluation of the Impact of Quality-Driven Release Planning
  • (207) Matteo Giacalone, Rocco Mammoliti, Fabio Massacci, Federica Paci, Rodolfo Perugino and Claudio Selli
    Security Triage: An Industrial Case Study on the Effectiveness of a Lean Methodology to Identify Security Requirements
  • (230) William Taber and Daniel Port
    Empirical and Face Validity of Software Maintenance Defect Models Used at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • (218) Elder Macedo Rodrigues, Flavio Oliveira, Maicon Bernardino, Rodrigo Saad, Leandro Costa, Avelino F. Zorzo and Priscila Guarienti
    Evaluating Capture and Replay and Model-based Performance Testing Tools: An Empirical Comparison
  • (200) Vladimir Rubin, Irina Lomazova, Alexey Mitsyuk and Wil van der Aalst
    Process Mining Can Be Applied to Software Too!
  • (179) Antonio Girasella and Filippo Pagin
    An UML-based approach to software development cost estimation