Category:2013 ESEIL - Experimental Software Engineering Industrial Laboratory
Short Description and Results
This research project aims to create an Experimental Software Engineering Industrial Laboratory (ESEIL). ESEIL applies an unprecedented experimental approach at companies in order to gain an un-derstanding of the software development process and the software produced in industry. Analyses of the experimental results will determine the effect of improvements on methods and techniques applied by companies. The ESEIL project will run controlled experiments to gather knowledge about the behavior of different methods and techniques in different environments. The experimental results will lead to findings about the above software technologies and their application contexts. Additionally, it will help organizations to learn more about the variables influencing their software development process and control the identified variables to improve their process and make them more predictable. Project goals are divided into two categories: practical goals that improve the quality of software built in industry and scientific goals leading to advances in the state of the knowledge on SE controlled experi-ments.
- O. Dieste, N. Juristo, D. Martinez. Software Industry Experiments: A Systematic Literature Review. International Workshop on Conducting Empirical Studies in Industry (CESI) 2013.
- A. Tosun, H. Erdogmus, N. Juristo, O. Dieste. Topic Selection in Industry Experiments. International Workshop on Conducting Empirical Studies in Industry (CESI) 2014.
Pages in category "2013 ESEIL - Experimental Software Engineering Industrial Laboratory"
The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total.