Accepted short papers (23 papers)


Paper ID Authors Title
2 Mariano Ceccato and Riccardo Scandariato Static Analysis and Penetration Testing from the Perspective of Maintenance Teams
165 Aram Hovsepyan, Riccardo Scandariato and Wouter Joosen Is Newer Always Better? The Case of Vulnerability Prediction Models
167 Anandi Hira and Barry Boehm Function Point Analysis for Software Maintenance
169 Beth Yost, Michael Coblenz, Brad Myers, Joshua Sunshine, Jonathan Aldrich, Sam Weber, Matthew Patron, Melissa Heeren, Shelley Krueger and Mark Pfaff Software Development Practices, Barriers in the Field and the Relationship to Software Quality
172 Anandi Hira and Barry Boehm Using Software Non-Functional Assessment Process to Complement Function Points for Software Maintenance
173 Stefan Voigt, Joerg von Garrel, Julia Müller and Dominic Wirth A Study of Documentation in Agile Software Projects
183 Daniel Honsel, Verena Honsel, Marlon Welter, Jens Grabowski and Stephan Waack Monitoring Software Quality by Means of Simulation Methods
187 Cleviton Monteiro, Fabio Q.B. Da Silva and Luiz Fernando Capretz A Pilot Case Study on Innovative Behaviour: Lessons Learned and Directions for Future Work
193 Jefferson Molléri Kai Petersen and Emilia Mendes Survey Guidelines in Software Engineering: An Annotated Review
196 Thomas Shippey, Tracy Hall, David Bowes and Steve Counsell So You Need More Method Level Datasets for Your Software Defect Prediction? Voil√°!
197 Jose Luis de La Vara, Beatriz Marín, Giovanni Giachetti and Clara Ayora Do Models Improve the Understanding of Safety Compliance Needs? Insights from a Pilot Experiment
202 Nemitari Ajienka and Andrea Capiluppi Semantic Coupling Between Classes: Corpora or Identifiers?
208 Kati Kuusinen, Peggy Gregory, Helen Sharp and Leonor Barroca Strategies for being Agile in a non-Agile Environment
209 Danilo Ribeiro, Elyda Xavier, Fabio Q.B. Da Silva, Diana Valença and César França Advantages and Disadvantages of using Shared code from the Developers Perspective: A qualitative study
210 Fabio Q.B. Da Silva, A. César França, Cleyton Vanut C. de Magalhães and Ronnie E.S. Santos Preliminary Findings about the Nature of Work in Software Engineering: An Exploratory Survey
212 Edson Oliveira, Tayana Conte, Marco Cristo and Emilia Mendes Software Project Managers’ Perceptions of Productivity Factors: Findings from a Qualitative Study
214 Juha Itkonen, Raoul Udd, Casper Lassenius and Timo Lehtonen Perceived Benefits of Adopting Continuous Delivery Practices
218 Sebastian Baltes and Stephan Diehl Worse than Spam: Issues In Sampling Software Developers
222 S M Didar Al Alam, Dietmar Pfahl and Guenther Ruhe Release Readiness Classification – An Explorative Case Study
224 Katia Romero Felizardo, Emilia Mendes, Marcos Kalinowski, Érica Ferreira Souza and Nandamudi Vijaykumar Using Forward Snowballing to update Systematic Reviews in Software Engineering
228 Nauman Bin Ali Is effectiveness sufficient to choose an intervention? Considering resource use in empirical research
229 Rafael de Mello and Guilherme Travassos Surveys in Software Engineering: Identifying Representative Samples
231 Joop Aué, Michiel Haisma, Kristin Fjola Tomasdottir and Alberto Bacchelli Social Diversity and Activity Levels of Open Source Software Projects on GitHub

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