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Quantifying the Effect of Using Kanban versus Scrum: A Case Study
Found in: IEEE Software
By Dag I.K. Sjøberg,Anders Johnsen,Jørgen Solberg
Issue Date:September 2012
pp. 47-53
Proponents of various processes and methods in the agile and lean communities have made many bold claims about usefulness, but those claims are rarely supported by empirical investigations. Data gathered from more than 12,000 work items collected over two ...
 
Questioning software maintenance metrics: a comparative case study
Found in: Proceedings of the ACM-IEEE international symposium on Empirical software engineering and measurement (ESEM '12)
By Audris Mockus, Bente Anda, Dag I.K. Sjøberg
Issue Date:September 2012
pp. 107-110
Context: Many metrics are used in software engineering research as surrogates for maintainability of software systems. Aim: Our aim was to investigate whether such metrics are consistent among themselves and the extent to which they predict maintenance eff...
     
What works for whom, where, when, and why?: on the role of context in empirical software engineering
Found in: Proceedings of the ACM-IEEE international symposium on Empirical software engineering and measurement (ESEM '12)
By Dag I.K. Sjøberg, Daniela S. Cruzes, Tore Dybå
Issue Date:September 2012
pp. 19-28
Context is a central concept in empirical software engineering. It is one of the distinctive features of the discipline and it is an in-dispensable part of software practice. It is likely responsible for one of the most challenging methodological and theor...
     
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