AGILE Conference (2006)
July 23, 2006 to July 28, 2006
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/AGILE.2006.12
F. Maurer , University of Calgary, Canada
In 2006, the Agile Conference series maintains its international leadership in research on agile software development methods, techniques, and tools. This year, 41 papers were submitted - nearly twice as many as in 2005. After an intensive review and discussion process, the research track program committee accepted 17% of the papers as long papers and an additional 10% percent of the submissions as short papers. Long papers report on finished research and underwent a scientifically rigorous review process. Short papers are reporting on work on progress and innovative ideas and were evaluated based on their novelty and their potential future impact. The competitive review process resulted in an excellent selection of reports on advanced agile methods research. The accepted papers are covering a wide variety of topics, ranging from investigations of earned value reporting in agile project management, over testbased specifications and refactoring to cognitive aspects and reflections on agile approaches.
F. Maurer and G. Melnik, "Agile 2006 Research Papers," AGILE 2006(AGILE), Minneapolis, MN, , pp. 3.