Accepted full papers (27 papers)


Paper ID Authors Title
8 Junjie Wang, Qiang Cui, Qing Wang and Song Wang Towards Effectively Test Report Classification to Assist Crowdsourced Testing
20 Fabio Calefato, Filippo Lanubile and Nicole Novielli Moving to Stack Overflow: Best-Answer Prediction in Legacy Developer Forums
23 Giuseppe Procaccianti, Patricia Lago and Wouter Diesveld Empirical Evaluation of Energy Efficiency in ORM Approaches
38 Mojtaba Shahin, Muhammad Ali Babar and Liming Zhu The Intersection of Continuous Deployment and Architecting Process: Practitioners’ Perspectives
39 Chunyang Chen and Zhenchang Xing Mining Technology Landscape from Stack Overflow
43 Cleviton Monteiro, Fabio Q. B. Da Silva and Luiz Fernando Capretz Innovative Behaviour of Software Engineers: Findings from a Pilot Case Study
46 Todd Sedano, Paul Ralph and Cecile Peraire Sustainable Software Development through Overlapping Pair Rotation
48 Yu Zhao, Feng Zhang, Emad Shihab, Ying Zou and Ahmed E. Hassan How Are Discussions Associated with Bug Reworking? An Empirical Study on Open Source Projects
53 Davide Fucci, Giuseppe Scanniello, Simone Romano, Martin Shepperd, Boyce Sigweni, Fernando Uyaguari, Burak Turhan, Natalia Juristo and Markku Oivo An External Replication on the Effects of Test-driven Development Using Blind Analysis
80 Ajitha Rajan, Adel Noureddine and Panagiotis Stratis A Study on the Influence of Software and Hardware Features on Program Energy
82 Ye Yang, Mohammad Rezaul Karim, Razieh Saremi and Guenther Ruhe Who Should Take This Task? Dynamic Decision Support for Crowd Workers
94 Luigi Lavazza and Sandro Morasca Identifying Thresholds for Software Faultiness via Optimistic and Pessimistic Estimations
96 Wenhua Hu, Jeffrey Carver, Vaibhav Anu, Gursimran Walia and Gary Bradshaw Detection of Requirement Errors and Faults via a Human Error Taxonomy: A Feasibility Study
99 Jeffrey Carver, Oscar Dieste, Nicholas A. Kraft, David Lo and Thomas Zimmerman How Practitioners Perceive the Relevance of ESEM Research
101 Anurag Goswami, Gursimran Walia, Mark McCourt and Ganesh Padmanabhan Using Eye Tracking to Investigate Reading Patterns and Learning Styles of Software Requirement Inspectors to Enhance Inspection Team Outcomes
110 Maria Riaz, Jonathan Stallings, Munindar Singh, John Slankas and Laurie Williams DIGS – A Framework for Discovering Goals for Security Requirements Engineering
115 Afnan Al-Subaihin, Federica Sarro, Sue Black, Licia Capra, Mark Harman, Yue Jia and Yuanyuan Zhang Clustering Mobile Apps Based on Mined Textual Descriptions
116 Behjat Soltanifar, Atakan Erdem and Ayse Bener Predicting Defectiveness of Software Patches
118 Xue Han and Tingting Yu An Empirical Study on Performance Bugs for Highly Configurable Software Systems
122 Bruno Cartaxo, Gustavo Pinto, Elton Vieira and Sergio Soares Evidence Briefings: Towards a Medium to Transfer Knowledge from Systematic Reviews to Practitioners
133 José Adson Da Cunha, Fabio Q. B. Da Silva, Hermano de Moura and Francisco Vasconcellos Towards a Substantive Theory of Decision-Making in Software Project Management: Preliminary Findings from a Qualitative Study
136 Yan Sun and Qing Wang Understanding the Contribution of Non-source Documents in Improving Missing Link Recovery: An Empirical Study
137 Xin Xia, Emad Shihab, Yasutaka Kamei, David Lo and Xinyu Wang Predicting Crashing Releases of Mobile Applications
140 Keisuke Miura, Shane Mcintosh, Yasutaka Kamei, Ahmed E. Hassan and Naoyasu Ubayashi The Impact of Task Granularity on Co-evolution Analyses
146 Eero Laukkanen, Timo O.A. Lehtinen, Juha Itkonen, Maria Paasivaara and Casper Lassenius Bottom-up Adoption of Continuous Delivery in a Stage-gate Managed Software Organization
149 Harald Störrle Diagram Size vs Layout Flaws: Understanding Quality Factors of UML Diagrams
157 Jean Petric, David Bowes, Tracy Hall, Bruce Christianson and Nathan Baddoo Building an Ensemble for Software Defect Prediction Based on Diversity Selection

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