Balancing Agility and Formalism in Software Engineering: Second IFIP TC 2 Central and East European Conference on Software Engineering Techniques, CEE-SET 2007, Poznan, Poland, October 10-12, 2007, Revised Selected Papers

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Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 13, 2008 - Business & Economics - 305 pages

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the Second IFIP TC 2 Central and East Conference on Software Engineering Techniques, CEE-SET 2007, held in Poznan, Poland, in October 2007.

The 21 revised full papers presented together with 2 keynote addresses were carefully reviewed and selected from 73 initial submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on measurement, processes, UML, experiments, tools, and change.

 

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Contents

Agile Software Development at Scale
1
Myths Versus Empirical Facts
13
Extending GQM by Argument Structures
26
On MetamodelBased Design of Software Metrics
40
Automatic Transactions Identification in Use Cases
55
A Collaborative Method for Reuse Potential Assessment in ReengineeringBased Product Line Adoption
69
A Witchs Brew or An Elixir of Life?
84
Capable Leader and Skilled and Motivated Team Practices to Introduce eXtreme Programming
96
Empirical Analysis of a Distributed Software Development Project
169
Extending Software Architecting Processes with DecisionMaking Activities
182
A Tool for Supporting FeatureDriven Development
196
InTime RoleSpecific Notification as Formal Means to Balance Agile Practices in Global Software Development Settings
207
An Integrated Approach for Identifying Relevant Factors Influencing Software Development Productivity
223
A Framework for QoS Contract Negotiation in ComponentBased Applications
238
A Case Study on the Impact of Refactoring on Quality and Productivity in an Agile Team
252
Modeling of Requirements Tracing
267

PlatformIndependent Programming of DataIntensive Applications Using UML
103
Towards UMLIntensive Framework for ModelDrivenDevelopment
116
UML Static Models in Formal Approach
129
Does TestDriven Development Improve the Program Code? Alarming Results from a Comparative Case Study
143
Measuring the Human Factor with the Rasch Model
157
Support for Cooperative Design of EndUser Tailorable Software
279
Manifoldness of Variability Modeling Considering the Potential for Further Integration
291
Author Index
304
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