ESEM 2015

List of Accepted Papers

Full Papers

Short Papers

    1. The Importance of being Isolated: An Empirical Study on Chromium Reviews
    Subhajit Datta, Devarshi Bhatt, Manish Jain, Proshanta Sarkar and Santonu Sarkar.

    2. On the Benefits and Barriers when adopting Software Modelling and Model Driven Techniques - An external, differentiated replication
    Antonio Vetrò, Wolfgang Böhm and Marco Torchiano.

    3. Replication of Empirical Studies in Software Engineering: An Update of a Systematic Mapping Study
    Roberta M. M. Bezerra, Fabio Q. B. Da Silva, Anderson M. Santana, Cleyton Vanut Cordeiro de Magalhães and Ronnie E. S. Santos.

    4. Empirical Analysis of Change-Proneness in Methods Having Local Variables with Long Names and Comments
    Hirohisa Aman, Sousuke Amasaki, Takashi Sasaki and Minoru Kawahara.

    5. A Mapping Study of Software Causal Factors for Improving Maintenance
    Carson Carroll, Davide Falessi, Vanessa Forney, Alexa Frances, Carolyn Seaman and Clemente Izurieta.

    6. How to specify Non-functional Requirements to support seamless modeling? A Study Design and Preliminary Results
    Jonas Eckhardt, Daniel Méndez Fernández and Andreas Vogelsang.

    7. In Quest for proper Mediums for Technology Transfer in Software Engineering - An Exploratory Study
    Florian Grigoleit, Antonio Vetrò, Philipp Diebold, Daniel Méndez Fernández and Wolfgang Boehm.

    8. Citation and Topic Analysis of the ESEM papers
    Paivi Raulamo-Jurvanen, Mika Mantyla and Vahid Garousi.

    9. An Exploratory Study on the Evolution of C Programming in the Unix Operating System
    Diomidis Spinellis, Panagiotis Louridas and Maria Kechagia.

    10. Energy Consumption Analysis of Algorithms Implementations
    Mohammad Rashid, Luca Ardito and Marco Torchiano.

    11. Identifying Metrics' Biases when Measuring or Approximating Size in Heterogeneous Languages
    Regina Hebig, Jesper Derehag and Michel Chaudron.

    12. Using Citation Behavior to Rethink Academic Impact in Software Engineering
    Simon Poulding, Kai Petersen, Robert Feldt and Vahid Garousi.

    13. An Analysis of Software Engineering Experiments Using Human Subjects
    Larissa Falcao, Waldemar Ferreira, Alex Borges, Vilmar Nepomuceno, Sergio Soares and Maria Teresa Baldassare.

Industry Experience Track

    1.Improving Performance and Maintainability of ObjectCloning with Lazy Clones: An Empirical Evaluation
    Bruno Cartaxo, Paulo Borba, Sérgio Soares and Hélio Fugimoto.

    2. Using Trac for Empirical Data Collection and Analysis in Developing Small and Medium-Sized Enterprise Systems
    Naoki Ohsugi, Kyohei Fushida, Nobuto Inoguchi, Hiroyuki Arai, Hiroyuki Yamanaka, Takashi Niwa, Misa Fujinuki, Motohisa Tomura and Tsuyoshi Kitani.

    3. Investigation on Common Software Process Weaknesses in Automotive
    Giuseppe Lami, Fabio Falcini and Isabella Biscoglio.

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