Program

Thursday, October 11: Main Conference (Day 1)

 

07:30-17:00

Registration

08:00-08:30

Conference Opening by the General Chair and the PC co-chairs

08:30-09:40

09:40-10:00

 Opening Full Paper Track

Comparing Techniques for Aggregating Interrelated Replications in Software Engineering

Adrian Santos and Natalia Juristo 
Chair: Audris Mockus 

10:00-10:30

Coffee Break & Poster Session

 

Hui Zhao, Jimin Liang, Xuezhen Yin, Lingfeng Yang, Peili Yang and Yuhang Wang. Domain-Specific ModelWare: to Make the Machine Learning Model Reusable and Reproducible

Emre Sahal and Ayse Tosun. Identifying Bug-Inducing Changes for Code Additions

 

Waad Alhoshan, Liping Zhao and Riza Batista-Navarro. Using Semantic Frames to Identify Related Textual Requirements: An Initial Validation

IDoESE Posters

Christian Adriano

Ana Turlea
 

10:30-12:00

Session 2-A:

From Estimations to Predictions (Aurora)
Chair: Andreas Jedlitschka

Session 2-B:

Software Maintenance and Evolution I (Linna)
Chair: Magne Jørgensen

Session 2-C:

Analysing Software Repositories (Rossi)
Chair: Ayse Tosun

10:30-10:50

Full Paper

Kan Qi, Anandi Hira, Elaine Venson and Barry Boehm. Calibrating Use Case Points Using Bayesian Analysis

Full Paper

Neil Walkinshaw and Leandro Minku. Are 20% of Files Responsible for 80% of Defects?

Full Paper

Miikka Kuutila, Mika V. Mäntylä, Maëlick Claes, Marko Elovainio and Bram Adams. Using Experience Sampling to link Software Repositories with Emotions and Work Well-Being

10:50-11:10

Full Paper

Pooyan Behnamghader, Patavee Meemeng, Iordanis Fostiropoulos, Di Huang, Kamonphop Srisopha, and Barry Boehm. A Scalable and Efficient Approach for Compiling and Analyzing Commit History

Full Paper

Qiong Feng, Yuanfang Cai, Rick Kazman and Ran Mo. The Birth, Growth, Death and Rejuvenation of Software Maintenance Communities

Full Paper

Jailton Coelho, Marco Tulio Valente, Luciana L. Silva and Emad Shihab. Identifying Unmaintained Projects in GitHub

11:10-11:30

Full Paper

Bowen Xu, Amirreza Shirani, David Lo and Mohammad Amin Alipour. Prediction of Relatedness in Stack Overflow: Deep Learning vs. SVM - A Reproducibility Study

Full Paper

Carl Martin Rosenberg and Leon Moonen. Improving Problem Identification via Automated Log Clustering using Dimensionality Reduction

Full Paper

Ayushi Rastogi, Nachiappan Nagappan, Georgios Gousios and Andre van der Hoek. Relationship between Geographical Location and Evaluation of Developer Contributions in GitHub

11:30-11:40

Full Paper

Amjed Tahir, Kwabena E. Bennin, Stephen G. MacDonell and Stephen Marsland. Revisiting the size effect in software fault prediction models

Industry Paper

Diogo S. Mendonça, Tarcila G. Da Silva, Daniel Ferreira de Oliveira, Julliany Sales Brandão, Hélio Lopes, Simone D.J. Barbosa, Marcos Kalinowski and Arndt von Staa. Applying Pattern-Driven Maintenance: A Method to Prevent Latent Unhandled Exceptions in Web Applications

11:40-11:50

11:50-12:00

Emerging Results

Seyed Alireza Sanaee Kohroudi, Jalal Mostafa, Maaz Mohiuddin, Wajeb Saab and Jean-Yves Le Boudec. Experimental Validation of the Suitability of Virtualization-Based Replication for Fault Tolerance in Real-Time Control of Electric Grids

Discussion

Discussion

Discussion

12:00-13:30

Lunch Break

13:30-15:00

13:30-13:50

Session 3-A:

Quality Assurance (Aurora)
Chair: Robert Feldt

Full Paper

Davide Fucci, Simone Romano, Maria Teresa Baldassarre, Danilo Caivano, Giuseppe Scanniello, Burak Turhan and Natalia Juristo.

A Longitudinal Cohort Study on the Retainment of Test-Driven Development

Session 3-B:

Agile Software Development (Linna)

Chair: Maria Paasivaara

Journal First

Lucas Gren. Non-Technical Individual Skills are Weakly Connected to the Maturity of Agile Practices

Session 3-C:

Practitioner Surveys (Rossi)
Chair: Davide Taibi

Full Paper

Sulaiman Aljarallah and Russell Lock. An exploratory study of software sustainability dimensions and characteristics: end user perspectives in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)

13:50-14:10

Full Paper

Farida El Zanaty, Toshiki Hirao, Shane McIntosh, Akinori Ihara and Kenichi Matsumoto. An Empirical Study of Design Discussions in Code Review

Full Paper

Dag I.K. Sjøberg. An Empirical Study of WIP in Kanban Teams

Full Paper

Partha Chakroborty, Rifat Shahriyar, Anindya Iqbal and Amiangshu Bosu. Understanding the Software Development Practices of Blockchain Projects: A Survey

14:10-14:20

Vision Paper

Hilmer Rodrigues Neri and Guilherme Horta Travassos. MeasureSoftGram: A Future Vision of Software Product Quality

Emerging Results

Amber van der Heijden, Cosmin Broasca and Alexander Serebrenik. An Empirical Perspective on Security Challenges in Large-Scale Agile Software Development

Industry Paper

Di Wang and Matthias Galster. Development Processes and Practices in a Small but Growing Software Industry – a Practitioner Survey in New Zealand

14:20-14:30

Industry Paper

Markus Schnappinger, Mohd Hafeez Osman, Alexander Pretschner, Markus Pizka and Arnaud Fietzke. Software Quality Assessment in Practice: A Hypothesis-driven Framework

Industry Paper

María Cecilia Bastarrica, Germán Espinoza and Jacqueline Marín. Implementing Agile Practices: The Experience of TSol

Industry Paper

Bianca Trinkenreich, Tayana Conte, Monalessa Perini Barcellos and Gleison Santos. Defining, Measuring and Monitoring IT Service Goals and Strategies: Preliminary Results and Pitfalls from a Qualitative Study with IT Service Managers

14:30-14:40

Industry Paper

Daniel Port and Bill Taber. An Empirical Study of Process Policies and Metrics to Manage Productivity and Quality for Maintenance of Critical Software Systems at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Emerging Results

Anh Nguyen Duc, Xiaofeng Wang and Pekka Abrahamsson. A preliminary study of agility in business and production – Cases of early-stage hardware startups

Discussion

14:40-15:00

Discussion

Discussion

15:00-15:30

Coffee Break

15:30-16:50

15:30-15:50

Session 4-A:

Human-centric Studies (Aurora)
Chair: Jeff Carver

Full Paper

Norman Peitek, Janet Siegmund, Chris Parnin, Sven Apel, Johannes C. Hofmeister and André Brechmann. Simultaneous Measurement of Program Comprehension with fMRI and Eye Tracking: A Case Study

Session 4-B:

Managing Projects and Processes (Linna)
Chair: Rogardt Heldal

Journal First

Cristiano Politowski, Lisandra Fontoura, Fabio Petrillo and Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc. Learning from the Past: a Process Recommendation System for Video Game Projects using Postmortems Experiences

Session 4-C:

Automated Text Analyses (Rossi)
Chair: Andreas Jedlitschka

Journal First

Maleknaz Nayebi, Henry Cho and Guenther Ruhe. App Store Mining Is Not Enough for App Improvement

15:50-16:10

Full Paper

Simone Romano, Giuseppe Scanniello, Davide Fucci, Natalia Juristo and Burak Turhan. The Effect of Noise on Software Engineers’ Performance

Journal First

Ronnie E. S. Santos, Fabio Q. B. Da Silva, Maria Teresa Baldassarre and Cleyton Vanut Cordeiro de Magalhães. Benefits and Limitations of Project-to-Project Job Rotation in Software Organizations: A Synthesis of Evidence

Full Paper

Syed Ahmed and Mehdi Bagherzadeh. What Do Concurrency Developers Ask About? A Large-scale Study Using Stack Overflow

16:10-16:20

Emerging Results

Emily Winter, Steve Forshaw and Maria Angela Ferrario. Measuring Human Values in Software Engineering

Industry Paper

Ronnie E. S. Santos, Cleyton V. C. Magalhães, Luiz Fernando Capretz, Jorge S. Correia-Neto, Fabio Q. B. da Silva and Abdelrahman Saher. Computer Games Are Serious Business and so is their Quality: Particularities of Software Testing in Game Development from the Perspective of Practitioners

Emerging Results

Mika V. Mäntylä, Maëlick Claes and Umar Farooq. Measuring LDA Topic Stability from Clusters of Replicated Runs

16:20-16:30

Vision Paper

Lucas Gren. Standards of Validity and the Validity of Standards in Behavioral Software Engineering Research: The Perspective of Psychological Test Theory

Emerging Results

Panagiota Chatzipetrou, Darja Šmite and Rini van Solingen. When and Who Leaves Matters: Emerging Results from an Empirical Study of Employee Turnover

Emerging Results

Maëlick Claes, Mika Mäntylä and Umar Farooq. On the Use of Emoticons in Open Source Software Development

16:30-16:50

Discussion

Discussion

Discussion

19:00

Conference Dinner at Lasaretti

 

Friday, October 12: Main Conference (Day 2)

08:00-15:30

Registration

09:40-09:50

 Opening Emerging Results Track

What if a bug has a Different Origin? Making Sense of Bugs Without an Explicit Bug Introducing Change

Gema Rodríguez-Pérez, Andy Zaidman, Alexander Serebrenik, Gregorio Robles and

Jesús M. González-Barahona:
Chair: Xavier Franch

 

08:30-09:40

09:50-10:00

Opening Industry Papers Track
Automatic Topic Classification of Test Cases Using Text Mining at an Android Smartphone Vendor Company

Junji Shimagaki, Yasutaka Kamei, Abram Hindle and Naoyasu Ubayashi
Chair: Christian Bird

10:00-10:30

Coffee Break & Poster Session

 

Hui Zhao, Jimin Liang, Xuezhen Yin, Lingfeng Yang, Peili Yang and Yuhang Wang. Domain-Specific ModelWare: to Make the Machine Learning Model Reusable and Reproducible

Emre Sahal and Ayse Tosun. Identifying Bug-Inducing Changes for Code Additions

 

Waad Alhoshan, Liping Zhao and Riza Batista-Navarro. Using Semantic Frames to Identify Related Textual Requirements: An Initial Validation

 

IDoESE Posters
Christian Adriano
Ana Turlea

10:30-12:00

Session 6-A:

Replication Studies (Aurora)
Chair: Guilherme Horta Travassos

Session 6-B:

Software Maintenance and Evolution II (Linna)
Chair: Mika Mäntylä

Session 6-C:

Testing (Rossi)
Chair: Daniela Cruzes

10:30-10:50

Full Paper

Welder Pinheiro Luz, Gustavo Pinto and Rodrigo Bonifácio. Building a Collaborative Culture: A Grounded Theory of Well Succeeded DevOps Adoption in Practice

Full Paper

Carmen Coviello, Simone Romano and Giuseppe Scanniello. An Empirical Study of Inadequate and Adequate Test Suite Reduction Approaches

10:50-11:10

Journal First

Tomaz Kosar, Sašo Gaberc, Jeffrey C. Carver and Marjan Mernik. Program Comprehension of Domain-Specific and General-Purpose Languages: Replication of A Family of Experiments Using Integrated Development Environments

Full Paper

Hennie Huijgens, Davide Spadini, Dick Stevens, Niels Visser and Arie van Deursen. Software Analytics in Continuous Delivery: A Case Study on Success Factors

Full Paper

Panagiotis Stratis, Vanya Yaneva and Ajitha Rajan. Assessing the Effect of Data Transformations on Test Suite Compilation

11:10-11:30

Journal First

Davide Taibi, Andrea Janes and Valentina Lenarduzzi. How developers perceive smells in source code: A replicated study

Full Paper

Junjie Wang, Song Wang and Qing Wang. Is There A “Golden” Feature Set for Static Warning Identification? — An Experimental Evaluation

Full Paper

Matthieu Jimenez, Thierry Titcheu Chekam, Marinos Kintis, Maxime Cordy, Mike Papadakis, Yves Le Traon and Mark Harman. Are mutants really natural? A study on how “naturalness” helps mutant selection

11:30-11:40

Industry Paper

Nicolli Rios, Rodrigo Spinola, Manoel Mendonça and Carolyn Seaman. The Most Common Causes and Effects of Technical Debt: First Results from a Global Family of Industrial Surveys

Industry Paper

Ivan Pashchenko, Henrik Plate, Serena Elisa Ponta, Antonino Sabetta and Fabio Massacci. Vulnerable Open Source Dependencies: Counting Those That Matter

11:40-11:50

Discussion

Industry Paper

Per Erik Strandberg, Wasif Afzal and Daniel Sundmark. Decision Making and Visualizations Based on Test Results

Full Paper

Sten Vercammen, Serge Demeyer, Markus Borg and Sigrid Eldh. Speeding up Mutation Testing via the Cloud: Lessons Learned for Further Optimisations

11:50-12:00

Discussion

Discussion

Discussion

12:00-13:30

Lunch Break

13:30-14:30

Session 7-A:

Requirements Engineering (Aurora)
Chair: Matthias Galster

Session 7-C:

Revisiting Trends in Software Engineering Research (Rossi)
Chair: Daniel Port

13:30-13:50

Full Paper

Davide Fucci, Cristina Palomares, Dolors Costal, Xavier Franch, Mikko Raatikainen, Martin Stettinger, Zijad Kurtanovic, Tero Kojo, Lars Koenig, Andreas Falkner, Gottfried Schenner, Fabrizio Brasca, Tomi Mannisto, Alexander Felfernig and Walid Maalej. Needs and Challenges for a Platform to Support Large-scale Requirements Engineering

Full Paper

Florian Hofer. Architecture, technologies and challenges for cyber-physical systems in Industry 4.0 - A systematic mapping study

Full Paper

Mansooreh Zahedi, Muhammad Ali Babar and Brenton Cooper. An Empirical Investigation of Transferring Research to Software Technology Innovation: A Case of Data-Driven National Security Software

Industry Paper

Chong Wang, Pengwei Cui, Maya Daneva and Mohamad Kassab. Understanding What Industry Wants from Requirements Engineers: an Exploration of RE Jobs in Canada

13:50-14:00

14:00-14:10

Emerging Results

Silvia Abrahao, Emilio Insfran, Fernando González, Marta Fernández-Diego, Carlos Cano Genoves and Raphael Pereira De Oliveira. Comparing the Effectiveness of Goal-Oriented Languages: Results from a Controlled Experiment

14:10-14:20

Emerging Results

Chong Wang, Fan Zhang, Peng Liang, Maya Daneva and Marten van Sinderen. Can App Changelogs Improve Requirements Classification from App Reviews? An Exploratory Study

Emerging Results

Vilmar Santos Nepomuceno and Sergio Soares. Maintaining Systematic Literature Reviews: Benefits and Drawbacks

14:20-14:30

Discussion

Discussion

14:30-15:30

Closure and Coffee

17:00-17:45

Town Hall Meeting (Merikoskisali)

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