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Predicting defects has been on my mind for a while and I’ve been collecting evidence of good metrics which can improve accuracy of predictions. In this article Madeyski and Jureczko have found one more metric – Number of Distinct Committers (NDC) which seems to improve prediction models. The link to the full article is here: … Read more

This week I had a chance to present our experiences from building a sustainable software engineering program (MSc) at University of Gothenburg. The talk was given at the order methotrexate online buy Propranolol SANORD symposium at Karlstad University. The link to the talk is here: Presentation (PDF) Abstract: Software Engineering is one of the newest … Read more

Do SysML requirement diagrams help?

May 14th, 2014 | Posted by metrics in Okategoriserade - (0 comments)

Today I’ve had a privilege to present a paper at EASE 2014 buy Lithium done in collaboration with University of Basilicata in Italy. Link to presentation The paper is an experimental validation of whether requirement diagrams Cialis online speed up the understanding of requirement specifications or whether they increase/decrease comprehension. The results show that the … Read more

Darko Durisic has done an interesting work on the evolution of industrial-class meta-models. The work has been accepted as full paper at buy Baclofen SEAA (Software Engineering for Advanced Applications) Euromicro Conference. Title: Evolution of Long-Term Industrial Meta-Models – A Case vardenfil online Study Abstract: Meta-models in software engineering are used to define properties of … Read more

Choosing reliability growth models…

April 17th, 2014 | Posted by metrics in Okategoriserade - (0 comments)

In our recent research we’ve looked at a number of ways on how to support software development companies in working with reliability modelling. I have come across this article on how to choose a model – a sys rev. They authors look at a number of criteria and evaluate which ones are the most used … Read more

Metrics for Agile teams… article highlight

March 23rd, 2014 | Posted by metrics in Okategoriserade - (0 comments)

Which metrics are used by Agile teams? Link to full text Combivent online I was browsing for articles to my new manuscript and encountered this nice piece of work. This article makes an overview which code metrics are used and why by agile teams. The needs are: Iteration planning Iteration tracking Motivating and improving Identifying … Read more

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Together with Prof. Hansson and Prof. Bosch from Chalmers University of Technology we had the opportunity to guest edit one of the issues of Information and Software Technology. We set out to compile interesting empirical work on how performance in software development is perceived and assessed. The link to the full text is available at: … Read more

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Predicting risk of pre-release code changes…

February 12th, 2014 | Posted by metrics in Okategoriserade - (0 comments)

Predicting risk of pre-release code changes with Checkinmentor This recently published paper shows a very nice approach of monitoring of what kind of patterns in pre-release purchase Baclofen code changes can be risky w.r.t. fault proneness of software components. The paper shows experiences of analyzing Windows Phone software at Microsoft done in one of my … Read more

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